The Clamping Pigsh has become a predator of other relatively large organisms in the oceans, primarily feeding on the other legopigs by using their keratin reinforced teeth to pierce their boxes. The tail fin has developed a fluke to swim faster while the hind pair of legs have become adapted to steer the organism in conjuction of the fins on their flanks. The Clamping Pigsh still has their eyes on stalks to track prey while swimming. They have refined the spite they used in their ancestors as bait into being stored in the fangs in their upper jaw, which then gets injected into their prey to kill. The assbrains are still internalized.