Big Blue is a large gas giant 63.32 lightyears from Sol, and home to the semi-sentient Bluids.
The planet has a relatively short year, orbiting its parent star every 79 days however a solar day on Big Blue lasts a whopping 52 years! Big Blue is also very large, being over 10 times the mass of Jupiter, and being blue in coloration, hence its name.
The temperature on Big Blue is a constant -134.06 °C, having winds raging up to 960 mph however, despite how harsh it is, life still exists within its atmosphere.
Life on Big Blue has existed for 7.8 billion years. Here's a list detailing some of the specimens that call this world home.
Bluids: Strange bubble like creatures that inhabit the more calmer regions of the skies. Bluids are the most intelligent species on the planet, usually drifting in collective herds. They feed by absorbing lightning through retractable tendril like tentacles and can sting as well. Reproduction is done by budding.
Gas Gulpers: Nicknamed, Gas Whales, these organisms dwell deeper within the planet's clouds. They feed on gases and microorganisms by opening their mouths extremely wide and swallowing them, similar to basking sharks on Earth. Gas Gulpers are around 120 feet long, greyish/blue in coloration and have six tentacle like limbs at their side which they use to "swim" through the clouds.
Airsails: These creatures soar across the skies by using their natural "sails" to fly. They are somewhat disk shaped, with their main body at the center. Their diet consists of floating microorganisms which they catch while flying.
Most other lifeforms on Big Blue tends to resemble balloons or bubbles.