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or a species of whale. Dr. Yanagi, marine biologist It seems to be a never-before seen aquatic species. But I can’t say without an examination. Dr. Hanawa, biologist First is whether the footage is real. If I were to rush to judgment. based on unverified evidence Radio Radio I’d lose credibility as a biologist. The conference is wrapping up. Fifth Floor Secretary’s office This is ludicrous. Asahi Bridge on the Nomi River, Ota Ward What a waste of time that was. I agree. Damn their status. Get me someonewho knows something. Yes, Sir. Shimura, any ideas? A smart Environment Ministry friendfrom college, but she’s low ranking. Fine. Call her. Hiromi Ogashira, Ministry of the Environment Deputy Chief, Wildlife Division Serpentine with auxiliary ambulation. Gills make it aquatic, but has legs like a lungfish. If it has legs, can it come on land? Yes. It’s a possibility. Really? What then? Frankly, we haven’t determined which agency it falls under Our scholar says that fin-like feet Radio would be crushed under the creature’s weight. So coming ashore isphysiologically impossible. It’s already supporting its weight. Is that so? What’s your view, Environment Minister? Kikugawa, Minister of the Environment Forgive the deputy chief’s poor decorum. But as your experts concluded,coming on land is very improbable. I see. Sir, considering the damage wreaked thus far Radio the sooner we hold a press conferenceto calm the public, the better. But Sir, If I may. Please take care to give onlyverified information. Understood. Prepare my uniform. New Nomi Bridge, Nomi River, Ota Ward First Floor Press Conference Room The Aqua-Line and Tama River have sustained significant damage. The creature is currently moving upthe Nomi River. We’re yet to identify what sort ofcreature it is. But we don’t expect it to comeon land. Should it beach itself in the shallows Radio we believe it would be crushed to death under it’s own weight. I repeat. There is no danger of the creature coming ashore.