This would be the so-called pelagic oviposition, Parsons explained. This means that the females release their gametes - the eggs - and the males swim with them and release the sperm and [the mermaids] would be like a maggot for a while.
Mermaids born underwater start with active gills (which appear as red streaks under the rib cage (cartilage)), but when water is not present, they suck air through the lungs. Mermaids care for their babies like a human woman with (usually enlarged) ■■■■■■■.
They lay eggs. This is explained in Futurama by the Umbriel mermaid: As we all know, mermaids have the human half on top and the fish part on the bottom (although some would like it to be the other way around). Although they can be classified as mammals, not all mammals give birth to live young.
They lay eggs and lactate. And the navel is actually their cesspool. Mermaids piss (and ■■■■■■■■) from the navel.
When a mermaid goes to work, she can’t have her baby in the sea, she has to go ashore to give birth, and the mermaids have to grow up on land. Mermaids cannot be packaged, created in Create A Sim, or shared on The Sims 3 Exchange.
In some quarters it has been said that mermaids and mermaids do not have an immortal soul. According to legend, when they die they turn into sea foam. Her mermaid eventually dies and turns into sea foam for failing to capture the heart of a prince whose soul would sink into her.
A creature with a cesspool expels both urine and ■■■■■ through an opening. This is the same den where they lay their eggs and then have sex. So I suggest jumping across the navel, or navel if you want.
Like everyone else, different mermaids sleep differently. Some mermaids snuggle together in huge shells or relax on huge mussel beds. Others can wrap themselves in beautifully colored seaweed rugs as bright decorations float around their room with a calming sheen.
No, the trailer for The Little Mermaid in circulation isn’t Disney’s and it’s not real either. Well, a trailer shows Disney releasing the new movie, with Ariana Grande and a cast of stars around her. It’s just … it’s not real.
If mermaids were fish, one group of them would be called a school. If they were classified as humans, they would be called tribes. But they can be marine mammals, just like dolphins, one group of which is called the Belgians. After all, manatees were what sailors once considered mermaids.
The mermaids celebrate their 300th birthday!
They consider fish sacred and never eat it, and although they eat all other birds, they do not eat pigeon because they believe it is sacred.
Here’s the quick chemistry lesson: Human urine is 95% water. It also contains sodium (Na) and chloride (CL) ions - these are the same components that cooking salt (NaCL) is made of. The sea also consists mainly of water (over 96 percent) and an even greater concentration of sodium and chloride ions.
Peeing in the sink is actually the most environmentally friendly way, so you are welcome. Instead of wasting 1.6 liters of water on a toilet, pee in the sink. So wash your hands in the same sink where you wash your urine and preserve nature’s most precious resource.
Pee while we pee, the yellow liquid is only mammals (i.e. animals with mammary glands or ■■■■■■■, such as cats, dogs and horses). In these animals, urine (urine) is excreted separately through a tube called the urethra.
Kegel exercises can strengthen the pelvic floor so that you can hold urine for longer. If the urge to walk arises between bathroom breaks, try sitting down for a few minutes. Take a deep breath and focus on something other than the bladder. Set a goal to wait at least five minutes.
In European folklore, mermaids (sometimes called mermaids) and menus were natural creatures that, like fairies, had magical and prophetic powers. They loved music and often sang. Although they lived a long time, they were mortal and had no soul. Many stories tell of marriages between mermaids (who can take on human form) and men.
Triton. Mermaids, the masculine counterpart to mythical mermaids, are legendary creatures that are masculine from the waist up, like fish from the waist up, but can take on a normal human form. Sometimes described as awful, sometimes beautiful.
Today, mermaids are almost always called successful mermaids, whose beauty and sexuality lead men to death. But the classical Greeks understood mermaids differently: as female birds, creatures that traditionally combine Mediterranean cultures with hidden knowledge.