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On the Toilet Article it says Dianogas can emerge from Toilets?
This would make sense, since Dianogas feed on digested materials. And remember to sign your name on talk articles with four tildes. Jaygo Katarr 15:35, 28 October 2008 (UTC)
As for the "How" it would be pretty straightforward. Slither up the pipes in search of food. They're invertebrates so they could probably squeeze into a tight space easily. I've heard stories of similar things happening in real life anyways. Crocodiles, snakes, etc. If anything, an invertebrate detritivore like a dianoga would make even MORE sense than those. Taral, Dark Lord of the Sith 17:39, 28 October 2008 (UTC)
Crocodiles and snakes?Bad example seeing that both are vertabrate.A better one would be a...centipede.And somehow a rat but i dont know how they hold there breath so long or squeeze through pipes since they are Mammels.Sith-venator 02:41, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
An octopus can squeeze through any opening larger than its hard beak, as the rest of its body is soft tissue. I imagine dianogas' ability to do the same is a reference to octopi. Graestan(Talk) 14:39, 29 October 2008 (UTC)