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27th Jul '16 9:31:18 AM Sharlee
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* A ''Film/{{Sharktopus}}'' sequel has it battle "Merman[[GiantSpider tula]]".

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* A The second ''Film/{{Sharktopus}}'' sequel has it battle was originally intended to sic the title creature on a "Merman[[GiantSpider tula]]".tula]]". Subverted when this concept was replaced with a "Whalewolf".
27th Jul '16 3:44:36 AM Cartoonlover1991
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* In one Animaniacs's episode of Buttons and Mindy, Mindy and her mother are mermaids, while Buttons is a merdog.
24th Jul '16 10:54:35 AM nombretomado
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* The Cray from ChinaMieville's ''Literature/TheScar'' are essentially lobster-bodied centaurs (lobtaurs?).

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* The Cray from ChinaMieville's Creator/ChinaMieville's ''Literature/TheScar'' are essentially lobster-bodied centaurs (lobtaurs?).
23rd Jul '16 1:12:03 PM shokoshu
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* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mermaiding Mermaiding:]] You wear a mermaid fin and have fun in the water. Especially girls love it.
25th Jun '16 11:47:08 AM nombretomado
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* Mermen in ''BattleForWesnoth'', even if they're doomed to the supplementary in most campaigns, still are a major playable race. A good spectrum of units (3 branched advancement trees covering all main roles) fast and powerful in their own environment, but weakened on the ground.

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* Mermen in ''BattleForWesnoth'', ''VideoGame/BattleForWesnoth'', even if they're doomed to the supplementary in most campaigns, still are a major playable race. A good spectrum of units (3 branched advancement trees covering all main roles) fast and powerful in their own environment, but weakened on the ground.
17th May '16 2:10:28 PM Morgenthaler
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* In ''TheDragonWarsSaga'', the merfolk can shift their tails into legs -- albeit still covered in scales -- for use on land. Many of them live in freshwater and it's been suggested they use this form for migrations if their home dries up. However they become ill if out of the water too long.

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* In ''TheDragonWarsSaga'', ''Literature/TheDragonWarsSaga'', the merfolk can shift their tails into legs -- albeit still covered in scales -- for use on land. Many of them live in freshwater and it's been suggested they use this form for migrations if their home dries up. However they become ill if out of the water too long.
15th May '16 1:47:58 AM rafi
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13th May '16 3:06:23 PM BulletproofLlama
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* ''WebAnimation/BravestWarriors'' introduces us to Plum and her species the Merewifs, grey-skinned amphibious humanoid aliens whose legs merge into mermaid tails when in water. Plum is also depicted with webbed hands in the comics, in contrast with the web cartoon where she appears to have two fingers on each hand. [[spoiler: In the second season, Plum reveals she can transform into [[OneWingedAngel a scarier, more monstrous form with glowing purple eyes and fangs, and her arms split into six tentacles]], something which was [[{{Foreshadowing}} foreshadowed]] in the episode ''Ultra Wankershim''. Since she is the only Merewif to have appeared in the series to date, it's unknown if every member of her people possess this power.]]
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* ''WebAnimation/BravestWarriors'' introduces us to Plum and her species the Merewifs, grey-skinned amphibious humanoid aliens whose legs merge into mermaid tails when in water. Plum is also depicted with webbed hands in the comics, in contrast with the web cartoon where she appears to have two fingers on each hand. [[spoiler: In the second season, Plum reveals she can transform into [[{{One-Winged Angel}} a scarier, more monstrous form with glowing purple eyes and fangs, and her arms split into six tentacles]], something which was [[{{Foreshadowing}} foreshadowed]] in the episode ''Ultra Wankershim''. Since she is the only Merewif to have appeared in the series to date, it's unknown if every member of her people possess this power.]]
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* ''WebAnimation/BravestWarriors'' introduces us to Plum and her species the Merewifs, grey-skinned amphibious humanoid aliens whose legs merge into mermaid tails when in water. Plum is also depicted with webbed hands in the comics, in contrast with the web cartoon where she appears to have two fingers on each hand. [[spoiler: In the second season, Plum reveals she can transform into [[{{One-Winged Angel}} a scarier, more monstrous form with glowing purple eyes and fangs, and her arms split into six tentacles]], something which was [[{{Foreshadowing}} foreshadowed]] in the episode ''Ultra Wankershim''. Since she is the only Merewif to have appeared in the series to date, it's unknown if every member of her people possess this power.]]
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15th Apr '16 9:43:49 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* Hinted to be the case with Misty in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''; not only is she referred to as "The Tomboyish Mermaid" on her own Gym's signpost, she's shown on at least a couple of occasions to have SuperNotDrowningSkills. However, her form happens to be closer to that of a human than of a stereotypical mermaid, though she's dressed up as the stereotypical type at least twice in-series.

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* Hinted to be the case with Misty in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''; not only is she referred to as "The Tomboyish Mermaid" on her own Gym's signpost, she's shown on at least a couple of occasions to have SuperNotDrowningSkills.SuperNotDrowningSkills, including the ability to talk underwater in one extreme case. However, her form happens to be closer to that of a human than of a stereotypical mermaid, though she's dressed up as the stereotypical type at least twice in-series.
15th Apr '16 9:41:36 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* Hinted to be the case with Misty in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''; not only is she referred to as "The Tomboyish Mermaid" on her own Gym's signpost, she's shown on at least a couple of occasions to have SuperNotDrowningSkills. However, her form happens to be closer to that of a human than of a stereotypical mermaid, though she's dressed up as the stereotypical type at least twice in-series.
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