The Mola Mola
They produce small and vulnerable offspring at a rate of around 300 million eggs per fish per spawn cycle, their fecundity surpassing all other vertebrates on earth. They’re about as sharp as a baseball and their anatomy is ridiculous to the point of them literally being classified as plankton for years because they just sort of get blown around by the ocean and look confused, but because they lay more eggs than ANY OTHER VERTEBRATE IN EXISTENCE, evolution can’t stop them.
Their biggest defense is that they’re massive and have super tough skin, but they are occasionally hunted by sharks or sea lions sometimes and they just sort of float there like ‘oh bother’ as it happens
Even funnier, because they eat nothing but jellyfish they’re really low in nutritional value anyway, so they basically survive by being not worth eating because they’re like a big floating rice cracker wrapped in leather.
If there is a human counterpart it would be a grievance studies major at a university in the USA. They’re like the lilies of the field in that they toil not, neither do they spin.
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