#6 – Seaborne

| November 7, 2010 | 1 Comment

Seaborne may look a bit odd, he’s one of a very small group of amphibians located off the remote coasts of Papua New Guinea. Resembling a shark and a half grown tadpole, these creatures have a long rich history in the Arafura Sea and surrounding waters. Evolving before modern humans, Seaborne’s people were the first to establish a method to record speech, however, their obvious inability to create fire prevented them from developing as quickly as humans. Thousands of years ago, they made their way out of the water, but following many skirmishes with the then highly violent human race, they chose to retreat to the water where they live today in smaller numbers but in relative peace. Occasionally one can find small, non-permanent, settlements along the southern coast of New Guinea, near the Coral Sea.

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  1. Jande Rowe says:

    also looks a bit like a hammerhead shark… Very cool!

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