Should I censor this picture?
Nah, it's just nature.
Well, you may wish to ask what you are looking at in the moment. But the answer is difficult. It's the first picture of an new series with non-pseudoathropodic animals from Silvanus and we begin with an animal which stands near the ancestors of the silvanian vertebrates. Utertitan is a inhabitant of the tidal zone and shallow waters. Like the local vertebrates it has a pair of flippers for the locomotion but in the case of Utertitan they are only functional during its youth. With an age of two years they run aground at a beach beside others of their kind. The flippers become wider and more symmertric, the mouth shorter and flatter until the animal can stand on it perfectly.
As juveniles the beasts filter their food out of the water with their gills and intestine, as adults they do it also but now stationary and they use only a part of the nutrients. The rest is for the plants which grow now on the skin of the Utertitan and supply it with glucose. The filtered water runs down the sides of the animal.
Because the adult form of this can't run or swim away and have no armor, it needs a defense weapon against land based predators so it uses its elongated intestine like a wtwer cannon.