Radishrimp represent an amazing biological feat: they are anatomically radial, but have evolved to be bilaterally symmetrical. Due to the basic anatomy of Epimethian radial organisms, radishrimp eyes are located at the end of their "tail", while mouth and legs are at the front. This bizarre body form is suitabe to salt water, fresh water, and even the land.
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