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Use this tag to mark questions related to creating plausible alien biologies that may be close to or far removed from Earthly biology but within the realms of hard science.

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Scientifically, not a chance. Silicate life, if it exist, might live in extremely hot environments due to various quirks of their supposed biochemistry, but it's still really sketchy. If you want to b …
answered May 3 '19 by Inquisitive Geek
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Lose or at least heavily reduce the shell, it would probably weight too much for an animal of that size and it wouldn't be needed for defense anyway, barring some truly fearsome predators. I see you a …
answered May 1 '19 by Inquisitive Geek