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? Serafín posts: 37
, 農, Canada
<Legion> it's interesting to see that in biology, even closely related groups of life forms can have widely different body plans
<Legion> like
<Legion> tunicates are the most closely related living animals to vertebrates
<Legion> they look like this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Tunicate_komodo.jpg
<Legion> like what even happened here
<Legion> you're a chordate, look like one!
<Legion> yeah but like, at larval stage they actually look like proper worm-like animal
<Legion> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Comparison_of_Three_Invertebrate_Chordates.svg
<Legion> larval stage in B
<Legion> adult stage in C
<Slereah> >giant mouth
<Slereah> >giant stomach
<Sleraeh> >gets much wider
<Slereah> >loses mobility
<Slereah> It is the American dream