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Are humanoid cetaceans evolutionarily possible?

Intelligence: yes If dolphins would get some advantage in using that "magic" by virtue of their brains, evolving it to better employ that magic would likely have a corresponding effect of ...
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Are humanoid cetaceans evolutionarily possible?

Dolfins do not have opposable thumbs, and that poses a limitation to the handling ability, and with that to the increase of brain capability. Additionally, proto-humans could free up their hands ...
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How would an underwater race control the breeding for planktonic larvae species?

As you specified "conforms to a social hierarchy" is one of the criteria for domesticatable species. For aquatic species this probably must be further restricted to "forms schools"...
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How would an underwater race control the breeding for planktonic larvae species?

Basically, the current is your farm, downstream is the production spot and the harvest spot. Upstream is the seeding and before the seeding is the breeding. And that is done, by having filter feeders ...
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How would an underwater race control the breeding for planktonic larvae species?

Heat Sea life often resides in pretty uniform temperature. Where the temperature on land varies from freezing to scorching, the sea is relatively unaffected. That makes the sea life often grow in ...
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How would an underwater race control the breeding for planktonic larvae species?

If you have a shore, you can create an isolated region of ocean. Chase some fish into a narrow bay, then dig a berm all the way up to the high tide to lock them into the bay. At high tide you can jump ...
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