posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 10:46 AM
Just as we have different species on land,
I think the same applies underwater, ie. mammals, insects, birds, etc.
For instance, a "bird" type would be the frilly Lion Fish,
Dolphin/whales the mammal,
crustaceans are similar to insects (exoskeleton),
sea cucumber, the slug? (BTW slugs and snails are animals)
sea horses and others that rear their young in their mouth, the marsupial,
and so on.
Think about it, could it be possible that as life was developing, it originated
from the sea creatures? Due to evolution and adaptation, our land species
There is a completely different world undersea...
Strange, we have accomplished visiting the vacuum of space,
but still have not been able to conquer the pressure of the waters.
Once that can be successful, underwater biospheres can and should be made.....
One sure way to not to be affected much by tsunamis or global flooding.
Not EVERYONE can make it to space for catastrophe,
but everyone CAN go undersea..........
Once a good biosphere is made and stable, undergorund tunneling can
begin, too, to expand the living area.
I would like to still continue trying to figure out or even guess as close
as possible the relations of sea and land species.
Such as an octopus....that must be something of its own, all I can think of
is it has eight limbs (spider?) but it is soft bodied (no exo.),
but then you look at a crab, it also has eight legs, has an exo. and could
be a starter for the arachnid.
I would love for anyone to contribute their guesses on what they think the
relations are or could have been.