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Natanda

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Parallos species are living descendents of the earliest forms of Bulboculae, so their limbs are still closer to mouthparts than legs.  Most Natanda species are freshwater hunters, some clinging to aquatic fractaloform branches until prey swims close enough to pick off, while others are active hunters, paddling through the shallows to search for live prey or sniffing out carrion to scavenge.  Those that live on land are streamlined and muscular for burrowing through the thick biosnow in the open plains.

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You always come up with such original and fluid looking creatures. Well done.
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i love these critters!
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Thanks! I do too! :happybounce:
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late reply - looking at this again may have broken my artist block ;) Thanks!
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