Asked in Botany section but no answer. Thinking about evolution. Some have claimed it's self apparent and obvious to see. So, all life began in the ocean, plants were washed up on beaches and evolved into land plants, trees, grass, flowers. So, is there or was there a plant that could survive underwater and above the ground,,,amphibian like. For plants to move from sea to land there must have been a stage where like with animals, the plant was able to survive in both air and water. I would appreciate examples. and no I'm not taking the piss.... and no i'm not arguing against biology....and no I'm not a christian....and no I'm not a supporter of intelligent design......now that's out of the way can you please give me an intelligent answer. OK, I'm actually blogging a sci fi book i'm writing. The aliens are highly evolved aquatic creatures. I'm trying to imagine what they would look like, their culture. If evolution is so apparent then why can't I think up what a highly evolve intelligent aquatic form would look like. I know it wouldn't look like a fish. Any suggestions helpful.