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FC: EO: ExtraOrganisms Vol. 1 Earth's new populations Sarah Adeniran

1: Taxonomic Scheme | Kingdom: Autotrophilus - Organisms 1,2,4,9,12,13 because they all get their energy from the sunlight Heterotrophilus - Organisms 3,5,6,7,8,10,11,14 because they all eat other organisms to obtain their energy Phylum: Pinna -Organisms 1, 2 because they have the same body structure and they have fins Chlorophyllus - Organisms 4, 12 because they are plants and plants contain chlorophyll Tetracura - Organisms 9, 13 because they have four legs Intusosseus - Organisms 3, 5, 6 because they have their skeletons on the inside of their bodies Extraosseus - Organisms 7, 8, 10, 11, 14 because their skeletons are on the

2: outside of their bodies. hdfohhngipg -gnfipsngipsnpis Genus: Pis- - Organisms 1, 2 because they are fish Rodere - Organisms 9, 13 because they are rodents Herba - Organisms 4, 12 because they are plants Homo - Organisms 3, 5, 6 because they are human forms Pluex - Organism 11 because it's a flea Culex - Organism 10 because it's a mosquito Araneus - Organism 8 because it is a spider Blatta - Organisms 7, 14 because they are roaches Species: aquae - Organism 4 because it is in the water cauda - Organism 3 because it has a tail

3: exhibeosol - Organism 1 because it produces energy from the sun exhibeonugas - Organism 2 because it produces energy from waste exhibeocapilliviridi - Organism 13 because it converts energy and is green and fuzzy exhibeoviridi - Organism 9 because it converts energy and is green venefirous - Organism 12 because it is poisonous terraquadribrachium - Organism 5 because it has four arms tentare - Organism 6 because it has tentacles crursdecem - Organism 11 because it has ten legs parasitus - Organism 10 because it feeds off of other organisms aquaemagnus - Organism 8 because it is big and lives in water purgamentum - Organism 7 because it feed on garbage volati - Organism 14 because it can fly

4: Kingdom: Autotrophilus

5: Sun-Loving Sharks | Scientific Name: Pistrix exhibeosol Kingdom: Autotrophilus Phylum: Pinna Genus: Pistrix Species: exhibeosol Description: Sun-Loving Sharks can be found in large oceans in tropical areas. They often come to the surface to soak up the sun for a few minutes at a time. They obtain | their energy from sunlight. The chlorophyll in their fins allow them to convert the energy from the sun into food. It also gives them their green color.

6: Waste-Consuming Goldfish | Scientific Name: Pisci exhibeosol Kingdom:Autotrophilus Phylum: Pinna Genus: Pisci Species: exhibeonugas | Description: Waste-consuming goldfish are able to convert the pollution that they eat into useful energy. They can be found in dirty swamps and lakes.

7: GreenMeal | Scientific Name: Herba aquae Kingdom:Autotrophilus Phylum: Chlorophyllus Genus: Herba Species: aquae | Description: GreenMeal can be found in a number or lakes, oceans, and seas. This plant is very similar to algae and is a popular food among the aqua humanoids.

8: Green Rat | Scientific Name: Rodere exhibeoviridi Kingdom: Autotrophilus Phylum: Tetracura Genus: Rodere Species: exhibeoviridi | Description: Green Rats can be found in most habitats where there is available sunlight. They mostly live in deserts and grasslands. They are able to convert energy from the sunlight into food.

9: Scientific Name: Rodere exhibeocapillividri Kingdom: Autotrophilus Phylum: Tetracura Genus:Rodere Species: exhibeocapillividri | Timid Green Hamster | Description: Timid Green Hamsters can be found in the same areas as the Green Rat. They are thought to share a common ancestor. Timid Green Hamsters are also photosynthetic.

10: ITCHY WEEDS | Scientific Name: Herba venefirous Kingdom: Autotrophilus Phylum: Chlorophyllus Genus: Herba Species: venefirous | Itchy Weeds are very poisonous plants. They are the hybrids of grass and poison ivy. Do not get this plant confused for leaves or plain grass. It is very toxic. Any sort of physical contact with this plant leaves your skin itchy and stinging with rashes and scabs. Unless you're a butter-roach, don't touch.

11: Kingdom: Heterotrophilus

12: MERCHICK | Scientific Name: Homo aquae Kingdom: Heterotrophilus Phylum: Intusosseus Genus: Homo Species: cauda | Description: MerChicks can be found in any bodies of water, but most commonly the sea. They have scaly fins and their diet consists of greenmeal and sun-loving sharks

13: Scientific Name: Homo terraquadribrachium Kingdom: Heterotrophilus Phylum: Intusosseus Genus: Homo Species: terraquadribrachium | MUSCULAR LAND-GUY | Description: Muscular Land-Guys are found in warm dry areas. They have four arms and their main diet is made up of butter-roaches and fuzzy hamsters.

14: AQUA-TENTACLE DUDE | Scientific Name: Homo aquaetentare Kingdom: Heterotrophilus Phylum: Intusosseus Genus: Homo Species: tentare | Description: Aqua-Tentacle Dudes live in the ocean. They sometimes come onto the surface but for the most part they stay underwater. They have tentacles that take the place of their arms and legs, and they eat greenmeal.

15: Baby 10-Leg | Scientific Name: Pulex Crursdecem Kingdom: Heterotrophilus Phylum: Extraosseus Genus: Pulex Species: Crursdecem | Description: Baby 10-Legs can only be found on rats. They never leave these rats because they live on them and drink their blood. They have ten legs

16: Humanoid Suckers | Scientific Name: Culex parasitus Kingdom: Heterotrophilus Phylum: Genus: Culex Species: parasitus | Description: Humanoid suckers live on any and all humanoids. That is their main habitat. They suck their blood.

17: Gigantic Water Spiders | Scientific Name: Araneus aquaemagnus Kingdom: Heterotrophilus Phylum: Genus: Araneus Species: aquaemagnus | Description: Gigantic Water-Spiders live in any bodies of water. Mainly seas and ocean, or anywhere that Sun-Loving Sharks live. These spiders eat the sharks

18: Scientific Name: Blatta purgamentum Kingdom: Heterotrophilus Phylum: Extraosseus Genus: Blatta Species: purgamentum | Humanoid Waste-Lickers | Description: Humanoid Waste-Lickers feed on the waste of any humanoids. This is their only diet which causes them to produce a fowl odor.

19: Roacher-Fly | Scientific Name: Blatta volati Kingdom: Heterotrophilus Phylum: Extraosseus Genus: Blatta Species: volati | Description: Roacher-Flies are the cross between Humanoid Waste-Lickers and Butterflies. Roacher-Flies eat poison grass

20: Dichotomous Key | 1) a. The organism is green. . . . . .go to 2 b. The organism is not green. . . go to 2) a. The organism has fur. . . . . go to 3 b. The organism has no fur. . go to 3) a. The organism has a tail . . . GREEN RAT b. The organism has no tail . . . TIMID GREEN HAMSTER 4) a. The organism has fins. . . .SUN-LOVING SHARK b. The organism has no fins. . . go to 5) a. The organism has leaves. . . ITCHY WEEDS b. The organism is in globs. . . GREEN MEAL 6) a. The organism has legs. . . go to 8 b. The organism has no legs . . go to 7 7) a. The organism has fins . . . go to 11 b. The organism has tentacles . . . AQUA-TENCTALE DUDE

21: 8) a. The organism has wings. . . go to 9 b. The organism has no wings . . . go to 12 9) a. The organism is mostly brown . . . go to 10 b. The organism has a purple abdomen . . . . HUMANOID SUCKER 10) a. The organism has a gray head . . . HUMANOID WASTE-LICKER b. The organism had a brown head . . . . . ROACHER-FLY 11) a. The organism is orange. . . . WASTE-CONSUMING GOLDFISH b. The organism is not orange . . . MERCHICK 12) a. The organism has arms. . . MUSCULAR LAND-GUY b. The organism has no arms . . . go to 13 13) a. The organism had 1 visible eye . . . BABY 10-LEGS b. The organism had 8 visible eyes . . . GIGANTIC WATER SPIDER



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