Headless Chicken Monster Video

The headless chicken monster does not walk as such its tube feet now being used to support its bat-cape. Instead, it points itself downstream of a water current and using its cape on top of its head to push it along the seafloor.

The headless chicken monster has a Batman-like cape, which allows it to lift off the ocean floor and swim upward to escape predators, and move from point to point. To swim, it unveils this cape, and rhythmical pulsates of this membrane to provide lift. The two rear fins provide steering and stability. It can also use this Bat-cape to like a parachute to slow its descent back to the seafloor

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