Early water plant life is believed to have started on the planet of Fe-o-tus from the single celled Vivaaqua. These cells floated freely for millions of years before finally grouping together. These cells would gather in clumps at 15,000ft beneath some of the coldest seas on Fe-o-tus.

After these clumps grew to massive size through the sharing of nutrients they began to float to warmer waters. At approximately 10,000ft below the sea, the Vivaaquatrits would again gather and grow into another massive cluster, this cluster grew about half the time of the Vivaaqua cluster. The Vivaaquatrits also changed from a dark purple colour into a bluish color. This was due to the cells absorbing more light.

Millions of years had passed and the Vivaaquatrits had expanded more than there clusters could handle. Furthermore, they began to float more towards the surface of the ocean at approximately 5,000ft below surface. Here the Vivaaquatrits evolved into the Vivaaquasols. This plant now grew long arms/vines in order to absorb more sunlight and grow at a faster pace. Scientists believed that they grew at such a fast pace that they reached the surface of the oceans in less than a million years. The vivaaquasols changed from a bluish color into a aqua color.

As the Vivaaquasols reached the surface, there color changed from aqua to a greenish brown. These species did not grow as well on the surface of the ocean were it was now known as the Diovivaaqua. It grew at a much slower pace.


It is believed that the Vivaaqua cells were some how evaporated through the water cycle. Moreover, as precipitation, these cells were dropped into a different species of water plant.

The Vivaaqua cells eventually found their way to the bottom of the deepest lakes. The first descendents were the Vivapods. The Vivapods, unlike their cousins the Vivaaquas grew more independently of others. They grew a case around themselves that allowed them to collect food, discrete the food, and then use it again.

From the Vivapods came the Vivapoddies. The Vivapoddies grew on the surface of the lakes but at a much higher elevation. They would grow as weeds by absorbing as much nutrients and dead matter as they possibly could.

After millions of years these surface dwellers eventually reached the shores. As they could no longer grow out, they began to grow up, thus the name Elavavivapods. These plants are some of the most beautiful you have ever seen. They have a purple base with a green shaft and purple flowers. 


As the lakes over flowed the Vivaaqua cells traveled through the streams and rivers eventually being able to clinch on the bottoms. Here the Vivaaqua cells evolved onto the Vivayotics. After millions and millions of years of clustering and being able to withstand the fast currents. The Vivayotics which looked like long jelly covered filaments were able to grow due to photosynthesis.

Elavavivayotics grew towards the water surface, while still being attached to the surface of the rivers and streams. In this form they were able to absorb a greater abundance of nutrients and sunlight. These filaments became thicker and rose from the surface. They were a greenish color.

After millions of years of being in a fragile filament state, this species mutated into a more stable matter. The filaments eventually grew together to form a large stem. At the top of the stem was a head of hair like  a blossom. This blossom was thousands of filaments, which is known as headvivayotics.







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