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Galimarians are born much in the same way as humans are, except for some very important differences. First, when a Galimarian baby is conceived, it remains in its mother for about 14 months. At the end of 14 months, the baby is born and growth begins. Second, when Galimarians are born, they do not have a gender. In the same way that all human fetuses are neither...

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The new Galimarian race is a humanoid race. By human standards, they are quite attractive in form and appearance. Similar to the Finnish, they have high cheekbones, and their eyes are larger than their earthly counterparts. Those eyes are also slightly different in that they are completely black. They do not have different eye colors like humans have. Their bodies are proportionate, beautiful and slender. Internally...

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WARNING: Spoilers Alert. The following contains material you may not want to know if you haven't read the book. The inhabitants of New Galimar come from a planet named Galimar found in the "Large Magellanic Cloud" galaxy. This galaxy is one of our closest galactic neighbors. Their home planet was a planet much like ours, however their race had been progressing much differently than ours. Unlike...

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The planet of Galimar is located in the Large Magellanic galaxy, about 50 kiloparsecs (or about 163,000 light years) away, it is the third closest galaxy to the Milky Way, after the Sagittarius Dwarf Spheroidal (about 16 kiloparsecs) and the putative Canis Major Dwarf Galaxy (about 12.9 kiloparsecs, though its status as a galaxy is under dispute) lying closer to the center of the Milky...

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