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Much like the Yautja, Predaliens have been known to mutilate their victims  and claim trophies from them, usually the skull. More likely it is an after-effect of genetic memory or instinct inherited from the host, a theory backed up by the fact that Predaliens have not been shown to display or otherwise respect any trophies they claim; in other words, while a Predalien feels a basic urge to perform these ritualistic mutilations on its prey, it has no higher knowledge of why it is doing so.
Predaliens have been known to molt after receiving significant damage. Once they abandon their current mesoskeleton , the new one is stronger, making the creature physically more durable.
A Predalien's mesoskeletal strength can be discerned based on how many dorsal spines are present, with fewer signifying a weaker Xenomorph and more meaning a stronger one.
There is no known limit to this molting ability, giving the Predalien caste the possibility to be strongest Xenomorphs in the hive, even over the Queen or heavy assault castes such as the Ravager.
Predaliens with this evolutionary advantage are reddish in coloration. Their mandibles are larger and their tails, typically tipped with a stinger-like barb, resembles a four-pronged trident.
When a Predalien molts, it stretches itself out, goes down on all fours, then roars as its skin falls off. The Predalien was first depicted in a painting by Dave Dorman , commissioned as a piece of concept artwork for Peter Briggs ' unproduced Alien vs.
Predator script, titled The Hunt: Alien vs. The creature subsequently featured in the comic Aliens vs.
Predator: Duel , a sequel to the original Aliens vs. Predator comic miniseries and the short story Aliens vs.
Predator: Blood Time. It follows a squad of United States Colonial Marines that come to the planet Ryushi to investigate a distress signal.
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Giger's design for the Alien evoked many contradictory sexual images. As critic Ximena Gallardo notes, the creature's combination of sexually evocative physical and behavioral characteristics creates "a nightmare vision of sex and death.
It subdues and opens the male body to make it pregnant, and then explodes it in birth. In its adult form, the alien strikes its victims with a rigid phallic tongue that breaks through skin and bone.
More than a phallus, however, the retractable tongue has its own set of snapping, metallic teeth that connects it to the castrating vagina dentata.
This creature has no specific name; it was called an alien and an organism in the first film. It has also been referred to as a creature,  a serpent,  a beast,  a dragon,  a monster,  a nasty, or simply, a thing.
The term was erroneously assumed by some fans  to refer specifically to this creature, and the word was used by the producers of some merchandise.
The species' binomial names are given in Latin as either Internecivus raptus meant as "murderous thief" in the Alien Quadrilogy DVD or Lingua foeda acheronsis meant as "foul tongue from Acheron " [NB 1] in some comic books.
Predator is listed in the credits as "Grid", after a grid-like wound received during the film from a Predator's razor net. As the film series has progressed, the creature's design has been modified in many ways, including differing numbers of fingers and limb joints and variations in the design of the Alien's head.
When standing upright, the Aliens are bipedal in form, though depending on their host species, they will either adopt a more hunched stance, or remain quadrupedal when walking or sprinting.
Their overall stance and general behavior is a result of the mixture of the DNA of the embryo and the host. They have a skeletal, biomechanical appearance and are usually colored in muted shades of black, gray, blue or bronze.
Their body heat matches the ambient temperature of the environment in which they are found, so they do not radiate heat, making them indistinguishable from their surroundings through thermal imaging.
Aliens have segmented, blade-tipped tails. The sharp tip was initially a small, scorpion-like barb,  but from Aliens onwards the blade design increased in size and changed in appearance to more closely resemble a slashing weapon.
This was introduced to help them swim convincingly,  and was left intact in the subsequent crossovers.
The original shooting script for Aliens and the novelization both featured a scene in which Lieutenant Gorman is "stung" by the barb tail and rendered unconscious; in the final cut of the movie, Gorman is knocked out by falling crates.
As a weapon, the strength of the tail is very effective, having been shown to be strong enough to impale and lift a Predator with seemingly little effort.
They have elongated, cylindrical skulls , but possess no visible eyes. In the novelization of Alien , the character Ash speculates that the Xenomorphs "see" by way of electrical impulse, similar to a shark's lateral line.
This method is illustrated in the original Alien vs Predator PC game and reused for the "Predalien" 28 years later.
The Alien's inner set of jaws are powerful enough to smash through bone and metal. In the novelization of the movie Alien , the creature is held mesmerized by a spinning green light for several minutes.
In Aliens , the adult creatures have a more textured head rather than a smooth carapace. In the commentary for Aliens , it was speculated that this was part of the maturation of the creatures, as they had been alive far longer than the original Alien, although James Cameron stated that he simply left the carapace off because he liked them better that way.
This design would be kept in Alien versus Predator ,  and abandoned in Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem in favor of the ribbed design.
Throughout their appearances, human-spawned Aliens have been shown to have different numbers of fingers.
In Alien , the creature has webbed , six-fingered hands. In Aliens , the number of fingers is reduced to three two "paired" and a single, opposable thumb , and they are shown to be much longer and more skeletal.
In Alien: Resurrection , the number of digits is increased to four, with two long middle fingers and a pair of thumbs. This design is kept in the Alien vs.
Predator films, though the hands were made bulkier in order to make the Aliens seem more formidable against the Predators. Aliens have been alternatively portrayed as both plantigrade and digitigrade organisms, usually relative to their host.
Human-spawned Aliens were usually portrayed as having humanoid hind limbs, while in Alien 3 , the featured Alien sported double-jointed legs due to its quadrupedal host.
This characteristic would be continued in Alien: Resurrection for the human-spawned Aliens. Tom Woodruff, who had previously played the "dog-alien" in Alien 3 , described the human-spawned Aliens in Resurrection as feeling more like a dog than the previous creature, despite having been born from human hosts.
Alien blood is an extremely potent acid and is capable of corroding almost any substance on contact with alarming speed.
It is dull yellow in color, and appears to be pressurized inside the body so that it spurts out with great force when the creature is wounded.
Ron Cobb suggested the idea of the Alien having acid blood as a plausible means to make the creature "unkillable"; if one were to use traditional firearms or explosives to attack it, its blood would eat through the hull of the ship.
Predator: Requiem documentary: "Science of the Alien", it is hypothesized that the Aliens' acid blood could be some type of " hydrosulphuric acid " compound due to its corrosiveness and the conspicuously toxic effects on living human tissue.
The documentary also speculates that Aliens are immune to their own acidic and toxic liquids due to an endobiological build-up, similar to the human stomach's ability to protect itself from its own digestive fluids.
The documentary takes this hypothesis one step further and speculates that the Alien organism's protection system against its own toxic hydrosulphuric acid is a bio-organically produced Teflon insulation.
This ability is also exhibited by adult Aliens in Alien 3 and Alien: Resurrection ; much like a spitting cobra , they use it to blind and immobilize their victims.
Aliens can produce a thick, strong resin that they use to build their hives and to cocoon their victims, and they can use the walls of their hives as camouflage.
During various events in Aliens on the LV colony Hadley's Hope, in Alien: Resurrection on the USM Auriga , in the crossover movie Alien vs Predator , and in Alien 3 when they are trying to trap the Alien in the lead works the species displayed observational learning and problem-solving skills,   and in the former two cases the Aliens learned how to operate machinery at a very basic level.
On LV, they were able to cut power in a section of the complex to gain access to the humans, and the Alien queen learns to board an elevator by observing Ripley and Newt escaping in the one beside it.
The novelization of the film includes a scene where Bishop speculates that the queen establishing her "nest" at the base's main power plant could have been chosen either for the feral, animal reason of the warmth that it would provide or for the rational reason of selecting a location where any attackers would be unable to destroy her without destroying the entire facility.
In the director's commentary for Aliens , James Cameron noted that the creatures in Aliens had been alive for far longer than the Alien in the original, and had more time to learn about their environment.
Predator , they use a similar strategy to free the queen from her chains. An Alien also uses acid spurting from its severed tail as an improvised weapon by flicking it, indicating they are fully aware of the effects of their acid blood.
Finally, in Alien 3, the inmates and Ripley try to lure the Alien into the lead works. It becomes increasingly apparent that the Alien realizes it is a trap.
At one point, it hesitates to enter the lead works and at other points, it stops all prey just before going into the lead works.
All of this indicates it recognized danger and sought to avoid it. Aliens are eusocial life-forms with a caste system ruled over by a queen.
In the Alien 3 novelization, Ripley commented that this parasitoid would probably be able to use any host from as small as a cat , to as large as an Asian Elephant.
The facehugger then "impregnates" the host with an embryo , known as a " chestburster ", [NB 2] which, after a period of gestation , erupts violently from the host's chest, resulting in the death of the host.
The chestburster then matures to an adult phase, shedding its skin and replacing its cells with polarized silicon.
This is also shown in the two live-action crossover films, Alien vs. The adult phase of the Alien is known by various different names. The adult Aliens have been referred to as "drones", "warriors", "workers", and sometimes "soldiers", similar to the way ants have been defined.
The names of the adult phase have also been used to name different types of adult phases of the Alien in numerous sources, including video games, comic books, novels, and the films, but only in the commentaries by the team who created the films.
No official name has been given to the adult stage of the Alien in the films themselves. Queen Aliens are significantly larger and stronger than the normal adults, being approximately 4.
The queen's head is larger than those of other adult Aliens and is protected by a large, flat crest, like a crown, which varies from queen to queen.
Unlike other aliens, the queen's external mouth is separately segmented from the rest of her head, allowing her to turn her mouth left and right almost to the point where it is facing perpendicular to the direction of the rest of her head.
In the second film, Aliens , unlike other adults and queens, the queen had high-heel protrusions from her feet. Egg-laying Alien queens possess an immense ovipositor attached to their lower torso, similar to a queen termite's.
Unlike insect queens , there appears to be no need for an Alien queen's eggs to be fertilized. In the original cut of Alien , the Alien possessed a complete lifecycle, with the still-living bodies of its victims converted into eggs.
However, the scene showing the crew converted into eggs was cut for reasons of pacing, leaving the ultimate origin of the eggs obscure.
This allowed Aliens director James Cameron to introduce a concept he had initially conceived for a spec script called Mother ,  a massive mother Alien queen which laid eggs and formed the basis for the Aliens' life cycle.
Cameron conceived the queen as a monstrous analogue to Ripley's own maternal role in the film. The queen was designed by Cameron in collaboration with special effects artist Stan Winston , based upon an initial painting Cameron had done at the start of the project.
The Winston Studio created a test foamcore queen before constructing the full hydraulic puppet which was used for most of the scenes involving the large Alien.
Two people were inside working the twin sets of arms, and puppeteers off-screen worked its jaws and head.
Although at the end of the film, the queen was presented full-body fighting the power-loader, the audience never sees the legs of the queen, save those of the small-scale puppet that appears only briefly.
In Aliens , Cameron used very selective camera-angles on the queen, using the ' less is more ' style of photography. Subsequently, the movie won an Oscar for Visual Effects.
An adult queen was to reappear in Alien Resurrection. The original mechanical head previously used in Aliens was provided by Bob Burns and was an altered design.
It was repainted with a blend of green and brown, giving it a shimmering, insect-like quality. This color concept would be abandoned in Alien vs.
Predator in favour of the original black color scheme. In the climax of Alien vs. Predator , the queen's basic design was altered to make her more "streamlined" in appearance and her overall size was increased to six meters 20 feet tall.
Other changes include the removal of the "high-heel" protrusions on her legs, including additional spines on her head and making her waist thinner because there was no need for puppeteers inside her chest.
The animatronic queen had 47 points of hydraulic motion. Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem introduced a younger form of the full-grown queen, albeit with traits inherited from its Predator host.
Recalling the facehugger's method of embryo implantation, the Predalien uses its inner mouth to directly deposit multiple chestburster embryos into pregnant female hosts, also using its mandibles to latch on the faces of said hosts, completely bypassing the need for facehuggers.
The eggs laid by the queen are ellipsoidal, leathery objects between one-half and one meter two and three feet high with a four-lobed opening at the top.
The eggs can remain in a stasis mode for years, possibly indefinitely, until nearby movement is detected. As a potential host approaches, the egg's lobes unfold like flower petals, and the parasitic facehugger extracts itself from the egg and attaches itself to the potential host.
Giger initially designed the eggs with a much more obvious vaginal appearance, complete with an "inner and outer vulva".
In the first film, the quick shot of the facehugger erupting from the egg was done with sheep's intestine. In the Director's Cut of Alien , an additional scene shows still living crew members being cocooned into new eggs, either morphing into a new embryo or acting as a food source for the facehugger inside the egg.
A facehugger is the second stage in the Alien's life cycle. It has eight long, finger-like legs, which allow it to crawl rapidly, and a long tail adapted for making great leaps.
These particular appendages give it an appearance somewhat comparable to chelicerate arthropods such as arachnids and horseshoe crabs.
The facehugger is a parasitoid ; its only purpose is to make contact with the host's mouth for the implantation process by gripping its legs around the victim's head and wrapping its tail around the host's neck.
Upon making contact, the facehugger administers a cynose-based paralytic in order to render it unconscious and immobile. The host is kept alive, and the creature breathes for the host.
In addition, its grip on the host's head is strong enough to tear the host's face off if it is forcibly removed. Once the Alien embryo is implanted, the facehugger will remain attached until the implant is secure, which can take anywhere from less than a minute to 16 hours.
Once this happens, the parasite detaches, crawls away, and dies. Predator: Requiem , it is theorized that facehuggers may implant a viral agent that "commands" the host's cells to grow the chestburster , as opposed to an implanted embryo.
Giger's original design for the facehugger was a much larger creature with eyes and a spring-loaded tail.
Later, in response to comments from the filmmakers, Giger reduced the creature's size substantially. Scott and Giger realized that the facehugger should burn through the helmet's faceplate with its acid blood; subsequent redesigns of the space helmet included a far larger faceplate to allow for this.
However, when he received H. Giger 's designs, which substituted tentacles with fingerlike digits, he found Giger's design concept to be superior.
Since no one was available at the time, O'Bannon decided to design the facehugger prop himself. The technical elements of the musculature and bone were added by Ron Cobb.
Giger's initial design for the smaller facehugger had the fingers facing forward, but O'Bannon's redesign shifted the legs to the side.
When the foam rubber sculpture of the facehugger was produced, O'Bannon asked that it should remain unpainted, believing the rubber, which resembled human skin, was more plausible.
In Aliens , the facehuggers were redesigned by Stan Winston so that they would be capable of movement. Unlike the creatures in the first film, the creatures would take a much more active role in impregnating their victims.
When Ripley throws one off her, the facehugger was now capable of scuttling across the floor and leaping at its prey, wrapping its tail around the victim's throat.
The facehugger is also shown to be capable of independently surviving outside of its egg. Due to the film's budget, only two fully working facehuggers were built.
In Alien 3 , another addition, a "super-facehugger" that would carry the embryo of the queen Alien, was planned, but ultimately dropped.
After implantation, facehuggers die and the embryo's host wakes up afterward, showing no considerable outward negative symptoms and a degree of amnesia regarding events at the time of implantation.
Symptoms build acutely after detachment of the facehugger, the most common being sore throat, slight nausea , increased congestion, and moderate to extreme hunger.
The incubating embryo takes on some of the host's DNA or traits , such as bipedalism , quadrupedalism ,  possessing the mandibles of a Predator ,  and other structural changes.
According to Weyland-Yutani medical scientists in Aliens: Colonial Marines , the chestburster will draw nutrients from the host's body in order to develop a placenta as it grows, attaching itself to several major organs in the process.
Over the course of one to 24 hours—indeterminable in some cases, and sometimes up to a week, in the case of some queens—the embryo develops into a chestburster, at which point, it emerges, violently and fatally ripping open the chest of the host.
There is no on-screen explanation of the reasons for the different incubation times. Fully-grown aliens may avoid harming species acting as hosts for un-emerged chestbursters, though this may only be in the case of a queen embryo.
When a chestburster erupts from the body of a human host, it is less than 30 centimetres 0. Its appearance and adaptive characteristics are also determined by the host.
Typically, its first instinct upon emerging is to flee and hide until full maturation, as well as find a source of nutrition.
However, it soon undergoes a dramatic growth spurt, reaching adult size in a matter of hours; in Alien , the chestburster had grown to 2 metres 6.
Predator: Requiem , Alien warriors are shown who are still growing, showing shedding skin. In the unrated cut, the Predalien is shown wiping off its final molted skin at the film's start.
The chestburster was designed by Alien director Ridley Scott and constructed by special effects artist Roger Dicken. Much to Giger's dismay, his model reduced the production team to fits of laughter on sight.
Scott drafted a series of alternative designs for the chestburster based on the philosophy of working "back [from the adult] to the child" and ultimately produced "something phallic".
Aliens take on various forms depending on the characteristics of their hosts. Most of the Aliens seen to date have been human-spawned, but a number of Aliens born from other hosts have also been seen.
Some of these are also a different variants or species altogether such as the Neomorph and Deacon. The "Dog Alien" or "Ox Alien", also known as "Runner Alien" in the expanded universe stories and referred to in-film as "Dragon", was introduced in Alien 3.
The creature itself shares the same basic physical configuration and instincts as the other Aliens shown in the previous films, although there are several differences due to the host it was spawned from a dog in the theatrical cut, an ox in the DVD assembly cut.
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