Walruses walk on webbed flippers. While they utilise flippers to move on land, they can't stand on them. The shark can use its flippers to propel its 2,200-pound bulk ahead.
Flippers are essential for both swimming and walking for sea lions. These flippers with webbed surfaces are located behind their forelimbs.
The snail's ventral foot serves as its substitute for legs. The fluid secreted by this foot helps the snail move along flat surfaces.
Earthworms lack legs, arms, and other limbs. They move by stretching and contracting their muscles. Microscopic hairs help worms grab surfaces.
Fish use their fins for propulsion and balance. As a means of locomotion, certain species of fish have evolved appendages that resemble legs.
Octopuses have tentacles as legs. Tentacles are longer than arms and have no fingers. Arms are stronger, shorter, and sucker-covered.
Clams are interesting sea creatures. This legless snail utilises its two shells to create suction, allowing it to swim. The enormous clam lives in freshwater and saltwater.
Slugs don't have legs and move with a bottom muscle. Worldwide, slugs are found. Ash-black slugs are the largest, reaching over 7 inches long.
Jellyfish are unable to stand on their own due to their lack of legs, but they are able to sting you with their tentacles. The number of tentacles on a jellyfish is species-specific.