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For questions about the long-term change of a specific species, type of creature, or trait, usually through the process of natural selection and reproduction. Consider also [creature-design].

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My race of arboreal humanoids has limb proportions very similar to those of a human apart from their slightly lengthened arms. They are already quite strong, and I'm hoping to add to their flexibilit …
asked Feb 16 '18 by Cas
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Your fire lizard is definitely possible. The second scenario seems the easiest for the lizard to evolve. In order to produce methane, all the lizard needs is methanogens in its digestive system and …
answered Jul 23 '17 by Cas
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My semiarboreal humanoids have a build quite similar to humans, apart from some more specialized arboreal adaptations. They live in rainforests quite similar to the Amazon Rainforest. Though trees are …
asked Dec 12 '18 by Cas
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If there were a group of primates very similar to humans, and they had vomeronasal organs, what should the sensitivity or accuracy of such organs be? The race has a lengthened face to accommodate for …
asked Feb 14 '18 by Cas