Radio-Nomming Wiggler

With the rise of Radiobiota, many groups of organisms began to pushed out from the waters around Horrible Rectangle Island, but the Spiteful Wiggler managed to not only survive there but positively thrive. While the Radiobiota were being fed upon by the Radio-Feeding Diarrhea, no organism larger than a microbe was feeding upon them so they would be a relatively uncontested source of food for anything that did. This lead to the evolution of the Radio-Nomming Wiggler, who has transitioned into being fully multicellular and several times the size of their ancestors. The relative lack of predators in the area means the spines on their dorsal surface have been heavily reduced and serve no real purpose. Meanwhile the cillia that were present on the first cell in their ancestor have transitioned into a series of spiny tendrils that help bring food into their mouths. Since they already get their energy from spite and radiation, the bursts of high radiation and spite their prey produces does nothing which thus allows the wiggler to peacefully graze. The photoreceptor of their ancestor has turned into a row of simple eyes that still help with navigating their environment. Due to their multicellular native and large size, the background radiation produced by the Radio-Nomming Wiggler has become much stronger, being able to badly burn multicellular organisms such as the occasional legofauna and killing small cells such as the bruhs almost instantly. Due to their multicellular nature, the Radio-Nomming Wiggler now releases gametes into the water, which then get fertilized by the gametes of other individuals.