The Anamalogill split from the same common ancestor as the gillaysheaia and the hallucigillia; the gillpedes that strayed too far from Nemo Midnight Sea Mount. It has grown twice the size of its ancestor and has become a nektonic predator. It feeds on soft-bodied fauna that live on the sea floor. Membranes now grow in between the feelers, turning them into a pair of long fins. It moves by fluttering these fins in a waving motion. They have developed radial jaws similar to it's Cambrian counterpart, however, they are too weak to break through larger creatures' shells, keeping frabukis safe from them. It cannot eat the hallucigillia because of their sharp spikes. They have rapidly developed eyes on their upper pair of tentacles that can both tell dark from light and vaguely see shapes in order for them to better spot prey. However, their weak eyesight is not enough, so they have developed a series of microscopic hairs on their lower tentacles that allows them to detect vibrations in the water. However, the primary purpose of their lower tentacles is to grab prey and move it to their mouths. They will lay many eggs on the surface of whatever sessile sea flora they can find. The young are look like tiny versions of their parents and are prey to both young and adult necroeels. The young are filter-feeders.