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How does something live without body fat?
Posted By: VikingBoyBillyDate: 5/26/15 7:41 a.m.

As Leela says, the Drinniols need to be fed constantly to stay alive. A life without body fat is such an ineffecient way to live. They can't store any unused energy for later use, and thy'd have to live in a temperate climate with an abundance of accessible food.

They're clearly not exoskeletal and have blue blood. Maybe their bodies create antifreeze, like some theories of life on some of saturn's moons?

What kind of planet do Drinniols come from? They like smashing nebulons, and the nebulon corpses look almost similar to tiny drinniols... could they be related?

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How does something live without body fat?VikingBoyBilly 5/26/15 7:41 a.m.
     Re: How does something live without body fat?Bob-B-Q 5/27/15 8:32 a.m.
     Re: How does something live without body fat?Lion O Cyborg 5/27/15 9:41 a.m.
           Re: How does something live without body fat?Lion O Cyborg 5/27/15 9:44 a.m.
           Re: How does something live without body fat?VikingBoyBilly 5/27/15 11:55 a.m.
                 Re: How does something live without body fat?Forrest of B.org 5/27/15 1:29 p.m.

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