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Marine toad style! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qz_pqJd6vI Bufo marinus gets bad press in its role as the Australian cane toad. In Bermuda however they fit right in. They get really big. They eat a lot of cockroaches. Nothing eats them because they are poisonous. So too your land fish. It lumbers around and eats bugs, slugs, carrion, fallen fruit, ...


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Although I don't know of any existing organism that can do this, I found an article about research being done to this effect, so some scientists at least believe it may be possible. Deheyn thinks it’s possible that microtubules – molecular units that control cilia to make them extend, shrink, or bend – form an electromagnetic dipole that is emitting or ...


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Mostly realistic - if there are reasons. Regardless of whether an animal 'looks proportional' - probably a more important question is: what features are needed for the creature to be biologically more successful? In other words you can overlook the following if there were reasons: Hind limb long toe joint: Unlike most animals today, yours features a lower ...


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