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Aquaprimatus
Sea monkey monster evolution by pookiesaurus4 dcup9jh-fullview.jpg
General Information
Classification Aquaprimatus infantus (Single baby)
Aquaprimatus conjoinus (Connectape)
Aquaprimatus gemini (Apelantis)
Biological Information
Reproduction Oviparous
Lineage Information
Cultural Information
Sociocultral characteristics
Scientific Taxonomy
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Class Mammalia
Order Primates
Suborder Monstraprimates
Family Aquaprimatidae
Genus Aquaprimatus
Species A. infantus
A. conjoinus
A. gemini
Other Information
Status Least Concern

Aquaprimatus is a genus of simian monsters created by User Parker Green.

Biology[]

The Single Baby simply appears to be a blue monkey with light blue hair and dark blue skin, while the Connectape consists of two monsters with their tails connected, with the color palette swapped. And they can only evolve to this stage when a male finds a female. Connectapes also have fins on their heads.

Reproduction[]

The Single Baby is not sexually mature yet, and has to evolve first. Once they evolve into Connectape, then they can produce an egg. Throughout this stage, they two halves learn to cooperate.

Representative species and their attributes[]

Single baby (Aquaprimatus Infantus)[]

  • Rarity: Rare
  • Type: water
  • Moves: Monkey's paw, hydro poop

A newly hatched single baby has much to learn before it's ready to battle.


Connectape (Aquaprimatus Conjoinus)[]

  • Rarity: Rare
  • Type: water
  • Moves: Monkey's paw, hydro poop, fish fiasco, Ichthyokinesis

In order to evolve to this stage, a male and a female single baby must be introduced to one another. Then they can mate, and produce a new egg.


Apelantis (Aquaprimatus Gemini)[]

  • Rarity: Rare
  • Type: Water
  • Moves: simian tsunami, Poseidon punch, Sea feces storm, icthyokinesis, Pisces pain train

At this point of the evolution, the mates' bodies have physically merged. They no longer have a tail at this point, because they don't need it. Luckily this species can procreate without a mate, because it's already got one. Apelantises make excellent sparring partners for wani (a divine ocean dwelling dragon).

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