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A Caenorpus swimming past a Paddleton Frond

Paddleton fronds are tall marine plants indigenous to Gamila's Paddleton Sea. They are unique in their way of spreading seeds. Seeds lay on the tips of each branch, loosely dangling. Seeds are attached to both the branches and roots of the plant. The center, between the stalk and roots, is an extremely powerful axle. This axle spins the plant violently, launching seeds everywhere.

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