The shemaid (class arielois) known commonly as a mermaid, is a medium size marine mammal that was discovered in 1959 by a fisherman off the coast of Northern Australia. The shemaid has the anatomy of a half human and half mermaid. There are ten known species of shemaids and all of them are female but are still able to produce offspring. She contains the upper body of an adult female and the lower body of a large fish. Shemaids are very recognizable with a bulbous forehead that is spiked, a transparent looking skin on the upper body where their organs are housed, and bluish green scales on her lower half. They range in body length from four to seven feet in length and average a hundred and fifty pounds. They live anywhere from twenty to fifty years. The Shemaid lives in the deep offshore waters (below 4 miles). They live in deep parts of the ocean because the pressure of the ocean keeps their blood pressure down enough to never have to sleep. Sensitive to temperature they will swim for long periods of time to regulate body temperature.  They are capable of deep diving for periods of up to three hours. She has a diet of fish, squid and bottom dwelling creatures that she only hunts at night. It was discovered by a scientist in 1978 that shemaids were great fisherman and used homemade tools to hunt prey. The shemaid was an evolutionary glitch that survived the great extinction 5 million years ago of 95% of marine life.

Anthony John Leonard 

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