Suggests what life would look like on the moon Titan under the ice.
Interesting species! The line along its back is like the spine of a vertebrate, while there is something arthropod-like about many appendages. It makes sense that an extraterrestrial life-form would have aspects in common with one or more classes of earth life, but not too much in common with any single earth taxon.
I don't really know how to describe how I feel when I see this creature. o.o
you sir are a genius! oco/
it's actually really realistic! Do you mean Titan or Europa though because by the look of the colours I think you could mean Titan. There are frozen lakes of methane on Titan but Europa is the one where the hole surface is ice.
There isn't enough heating from radioactive decay and/or tidal flexing to keep an ocean similar to Earth's or Europa's liquid on Titan. The presence of ammonia lowers the melting point enough to keep it liquid as well as lowering the density enough to allow the mixture to erupt through the water ice crust during volcanic eruptions.