Physical Description. Selachians are large, brutish humanoids, with the upper body of a shark, with arms and legs. They are larger than most humanoids, ranging from 6 to 7 feet tall, and they are very muscular, weighing around 300-400 pounds. Their skin can vary in color, due to how many sharks there is, but they typically have a white.
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