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16th Jul '16 5:05:02 PM anza_sb
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* The Planimals in ''VideoGame/PlantsVSZombies'' are basically plants crossed over with the animals in their namesake. There are Cattails in the first game, and Snapdragons and Toadstools in the sequel.
10th Jul '16 10:58:19 AM Arawn999
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* The Ten-Tailed Beast from ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'' was once a supernatural/extraterrestrial tree, and while in its incomplete states it appears more animal than plant it has bark-coloured skin, a bulb-like protrusion on its back, can manifest in a tree-like form, project chakra-draining roots, and fire giant wooden stakes. Its third form has a NestedMouth resembling a ''Rafflesia'' flower.
21st Jun '16 5:51:27 AM Willbyr
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* The Orks of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' fame are a genetically engineered SuperSoldier race created from a combination of vertebrate, fungus and algae DNA.

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* The Orks of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' fame are a genetically engineered SuperSoldier race created from a combination of vertebrate, fungus and algae DNA.
DNA. As a result, they have green skin, a spore-based reproductive process that means that any planet they're on will be perpetually infested by them, and they can potentially convert a planet's entire biosphere into an Orkoid fungal environment given enough time and population.



* ''SuperMarioBros'': Piranha Plants, Dino Piranha, etc.

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* ''SuperMarioBros'': ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'': Piranha Plants, Dino Piranha, etc.



* ''{{Spore}}'' allows you to make anything. Surely you can make a Planimal?

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* ''{{Spore}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Spore}}'' allows you to make anything. Surely you can make a Planimal?
6th May '16 8:53:14 PM ironcommando
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* Speaking about protists, ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mesodinium_chamaeleon Mesodinium Chamaeleon]]'' is a protist that combines ''both'' plant and animal biology, being able to eat plants, and then use the chlorophyll granules from the plants to generate energy.
5th May '16 2:08:57 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* The Plant species in ''VideoGame/MonsterRancher'' manages to cover both flavors of Planimal, perhaps unsurprisingly. The base monster is a sentient plant, while monsters with the Plant subtype will have plantlike coloration and leafy accents on their bodies.
14th Apr '16 4:19:32 AM TheHeroHartmut
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* The "Dangerous Beauty" challenge on ''Series/{{Face Off}}'' required contestants to blend an exotic animal and plant of their choice.

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* The "Dangerous Beauty" challenge on ''Series/{{Face Off}}'' ''Series/FaceOff'' required contestants to blend an exotic animal and plant of their choice.



** ''Videogame/EarthBound'' has two kinds of Mobile Sprouts, Demonic Petunias, and two kinds of Hostile Oak.
** ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'' has two kinds of Beanlings, Cactus Wolves, Yammonsters (regular, Baked and Grated), Pigtunias, Tiny Forests, two kinds of Trees, and [[FairyBattle Walking Bushies]].
* The Falcon Elm from ''{{VideoGame/CreaVures}}'', which is a giant bird rooted in the ground like a tree, with several bough-like wings.

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** ''Videogame/EarthBound'' has two kinds of Mobile Sprouts, Demonic Petunias, and two kinds of Hostile Oak.
Oak and two varieties of walking mushroom.
** ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'' has two kinds of Beanlings, [[MetalSlime Beanling]], Cactus Wolves, Muttshrooms, Yammonsters (regular, Baked and Grated), Pigtunias, [[DummiedOut Tiny Forests, Forests]], two kinds of Trees, [[DemonicSpiders Tree]], three types of walking mushroom, and [[FairyBattle Walking Bushies]].
* The Falcon Elm from ''{{VideoGame/CreaVures}}'', ''VideoGame/CreaVures'', which is a giant bird rooted in the ground like a tree, with several bough-like wings.
7th Mar '16 3:24:00 PM Octorok103
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* Bulbasaur's family from ''{{Pokemon}}'' is both animal and plant simultaneously. As are a number of other Grass types that resemble animals such as the other Grass starters, Pansage, Leafeon, Deerling, Sawsbuck pictured above, and others.

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* Bulbasaur's family from ''{{Pokemon}}'' is both animal and plant simultaneously. As are a number of other Grass types that resemble animals such as the other Grass starters, Pansage, Leafeon, Deerling, Sawsbuck In ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', pretty much every [[GreenThumb Grass-type]] falls into this to some degree. [[SeasonalBaggage Sawsbuck]], pictured above, and others.falls pretty heavily on the "animal" side, with other species such as Ferroseed cleaving definitively towards plants.
6th Feb '16 1:01:00 PM Lymantria
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Sometimes, an organism will have both [[FantasticFlora characteristics of a plant]] (for example, ability to photosynthesize, has leaves, flowers and other plant parts) and characteristics of an animal (The ability to move around at will and it resembles a familiar creature). Scientists don't know how to classify it. We like to call it a Planimal.

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Sometimes, an organism will have both [[FantasticFlora characteristics of a plant]] (for example, ability to photosynthesize, has leaves, flowers and other plant parts) and characteristics of an animal (The ability to move around at will and it resembles a familiar creature). Scientists don't know how to classify it. We like to call it a Planimal. \n Fungus-animal hybrids also belong here, even though fungi are more closely related to animals.
6th Feb '16 12:59:13 PM Lymantria
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Sometimes, an organism will have both [[FantasticFlora characteristics of a plant]] (for example, ability to photosynthesize, has leaves, flowers and other plant parts) and characteristics of an animal (The ability to move around at will and it resembles a familiar creature). Scientists don't know how to classify it. We like to call it a Planimal. (Please note that mushrooms are ''fungi'', not plants - mushroom-animal hybrids don't belong here.)

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Sometimes, an organism will have both [[FantasticFlora characteristics of a plant]] (for example, ability to photosynthesize, has leaves, flowers and other plant parts) and characteristics of an animal (The ability to move around at will and it resembles a familiar creature). Scientists don't know how to classify it. We like to call it a Planimal. (Please note that mushrooms are ''fungi'', not plants - mushroom-animal hybrids don't belong here.)\n
29th Dec '15 6:16:29 AM Waddle
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