This beest includes two Ordis walking units and side wings.
Evolutionary Highlights: Sweat glands and nose feelers
Description: This is the first Strandbeest with sweat glands—water distributed by pressure through the beest's joints, so sand won't jam them. Animaris Adulari can walk two ways: powered by wind or pushed by a human. Its nose feelers can detect wet sand, letting the beest know that it's near water. This is one of the smaller beests (about 4 feet tall and 18 feet long). It moves low to the ground and, according to Jansen, it looks "like herds of dogs on the beach."