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Snaiad is one of Humanity's first off-world colonies, the jewel in the sky, the realm of the sublime. The hopeful colonists arriving from the war-weary Mediterranean found themselves not in a second Garden of Eden, but an unusual new world they had to understand and adapt in order to survive. Understand it they did, and here is what they found. Discuss.
|Unreleased animals Sep 14 2015, 07:30 AM, By shimegi|
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A xenobiology project based on an extrasolar planet twenty light-years away. Alien life is dominated by tripedal nereids exhibiting secondary bilateral symmetry.
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|Nereophytes Jul 30 2015, 02:44 PM, By Empyreon|
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Parasky's exobiology project featuring radially symmetrical life on a watery, Venus-like world.
|Civilization on Priapus Prime Oct 29 2015, 02:24 PM, By Parasky|
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