This creature's backbone runs counterclockwise in this picture from the face to the top leg, leaving a gap between the tailbone and skull. During development, these beings start out somewhat salamander-like, starting as tadpoles. Over time, the hip bone and shoulders shift asymmetrically while the body curls up backwards until it meets itself and closes. As adults, these creatures roll/run and stand on any three legs. They are well-adapted to cover uneven terrain. The spot on the side is an ear.
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