Limuswine

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With the evolution of several groups of box fauna such as the Pig Bugs and the insects which must logically exist to maintain a biosphere sp. genus group, the original armorpig began to feel intense competition. To adapt, some populations of armorpig would spread into the water ways of Dingus where competition is less abundant. Here, these populations of armorpig would develop some new adaptations that lead to them becoming a completely new taxon known as the Limuswine. In many ways, the Limuswine lives in a similar fashion to their ancestor since they retained the cilia mustache on their upper lip that helps sweep detritus and small cells into their mouth. However, the Limuswine has also developed large serrations on their upper lip to help rake in more solid foods such as the abundant Poostalks or the colonial mats that are the Deltomlights. To avoid competition with native species of the insects which must logically exist to maintain a biosphere sp. genus group, the Limuswine has become a giant of its kind. The large chitin plate on their back mostly protect youngsters from predatory species of the insects which must logically exist to maintain a biosphere sp. genus group. The valve that separates their mouth from the stomach is able to move forward, thus allowing them to "vomit" up food that they cannot feed upon such as Water Spite Flora. The "cheek" on each side of their face still helps keep food from falling out of their mouth and their pair of anuses helps them excrete waste.

The Limuswine still uses their two simple eyes to navigate river systems and detect potential sources of food. Their resistance to radiation means they will happily feed upon the Dual-Eyed Wigglers that dwell in the river systems of Dingus and also helps them make a living around Dingus, where the natural amounts of background radiation are a little bit higher than most other continents.

In a similar fashion to their ancestors, the Limuswine squirts gametes out of the 4 upper corners of their body when they encounter another individual. The gametes of the two Limuswine mix together and will eventually give rise to the next generation, who will have to survive the several local predators such as predatory members of the insects which must logically exist to maintain a biosphere sp. genus group, predatory Dual-Eyed Wigglers, and even adult Limuswine which will consume their very tiny offspring without ever realizing it.