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*Each body part is transformed separately, allowing you to mix and match the strengths and weaknesses of many transformations, ranging from a magical bunny girl to a cat girl made from gelatin!*Change up combat with different transformations! Each body part and transformation gives Hanaja access to new and powerful battle skills!*Enchant your favorite transformations to power them up with unique Augments found throughout the various zones.*Travel through four unique worlds, each featuring a unique transformation, enemy types, and a powerful boss.*Enjoy a new, engaging, and lighthearted story that the series is known and loved for.


The Bornean rock frog (Stauroisparvus) from Borneo and the small torrent frog (Micrixalus saxicola) from the Western Ghats of India belong todifferent frog families (Figure 2). Males of both species use complexsignalling involving high pitched calls, foot flagging, and tapping (footlifting) to defend perching sites against other males (Preininger et al. 2013). The Bornean rock frog hasconspicuous white feet, whereas the small torrent frog has feet which are thesame colour as its body. In a study to examine the differences in the behaviourof the two species, Preininger et al.(2013) found that in the Bornean rock frog, foot-flagging achieved a 13 timeshigher contrast against their visual background than the feet of the small torrentfrog. In addition, the Bornean rock frog primarily responded to stimuli with footflagging, whereas the small torrent frog responded mainly with calls but neverfoot-flagging on its own (Preininger etal. 2013). The authors propose that in the small torrent frog foot-flaggingis in a transient state, evolving from its current use in physical fightingbehaviour.


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