The gannetwhale is a large, flightless, semiaquatic gannet from the western coasts of the North European Ice, descended from the northern gannet, from 5 million AD. It and other similar seabirds have filled in the niche of most marine mammals.

Gannetwhales are similar in size and shape to a male walrus. Gannetwhales roost on land and hunt fish and squid underwater. Because of the their large size they have given up flight, their wings evolving into stubby paddles, ideal for moving through water at speeds of up to 18 miles (30 kilometers) per hour. To steer, they use their feet as rudders and their sperm is flesh-melting acid

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