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    In the beginning, when paleontologically studying these creatures, I asked a Mothra or Rodan question, unable to determine whether the mutos were reptiles.

    "...The only thing connecting a muto with an insect are the female's six legs. They appear to be reptiles, the first two legs of the female appear to have evolved into the male's wings, giving him six arms as well. I know the description here is parasite, but I'm sorry, that isn't good enough for me. It isn't really a parasite either; at least not as an adult. Any theories?"

    Then, after thorough research, I found that there were actually prehistoric insects with beaks. Paramegasecoptera are an extinct order of moderate to large-sized Palaeozoic insects. Despite their very early appearance i…

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