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This shrimp-like creature has swirly legs and its tail ends in a whorl of buds, the frontmost of which breaks off and develops into an adult creature. I had thought these creatures might burrow through blocks of solid nitrogen ice by projecting microwaves from the anterior appendages. They may be food for the icicle jellies (previous post). I also thought they might be fractal (at least down to the cellular level). The "hairs" seen on the anterior appendages and legs may be smaller copies of the whole creature (just like on the tail). The black spots are eyes. Reader Challenge: What do they eat?
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