- Dec 1, 2020
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Princess & the Frog also felt like blatant KH bait with the villain who comes forth powers of shadow from his "friends on the other side".
I can answer this!I can’t find an answer for this, and now my childhood is ruined, thanks.
Well, most Osteichthyians (that's the group that bony fish belong to by the way) have gill slits behind their mouths in order to breathe by having water go over their rakes located inside them, allowing respiration. However TLM doesn't depict merfolk with these, leading to me to speculate that they're amphibious like mudskippers to a degree. Ariel can be out of the water and not suffocate, which suggests that merfolk are capable of breathing air like us with specialized lungs and only live in water because their bodies are better suited for it.TLM: Where are the mermaids’ gills located?
At some point in his life before the age of 30, Hiro Hamada will lose his left arm in an accident while flying. He gets a prosthetic later.
He also breaks his arm in his teens (same one).
He probably wasn't being careful or something.
Well it's not ENTIRELY forgettable, the villain's death stuck with me the longest. I mean, he's in a car that explodes upon collision with a train.What the plot to Oliver and Company again? Like I'm pretty sure I've seen that film at least 3 times in my life and the song is seriously all I remember of it. It's Disney's most forgettable film in the most literal of sense.
So many of the monsters are purely for the sake of style or a gag that I don't think Pixar puts THAT much effort into the world building. So many questions could be asked for how the poor snail guy gets through life.Well it's not ENTIRELY forgettable, the villain's death stuck with me the longest. I mean, he's in a car that explodes upon collision with a train.
Also, in Monster's Inc's universe, there are plenty of monsters that fly and others that swim. What I want to know is the restrictions on their innate abilities. Do flying monsters have the ability to fly wherever they want? or are there limits to it? would it even be worth it to own a car then if you can just avoid traffic all together. What about underwater monsters seen in MU? how do they reproduce? can they breathe air? how do they get to the school/live normal lives? do they just live in the ocean?
I NEED TO KNOW!