More photos of this thing after the jump..
Now look into it's eyes!
Seaman wants to talk to the Seaman in the game, but it has no hands!
So compared to some other cheaply made Sega plush toys from Japan this one is at least accurate to the creature it represents, wherever that is a good thing or not depends on how much you liked the bizarre game it's from. Personally it was one of my favourite games on the Dreamcast, just because there really is nothing quite like it anywhere else, so I'm glad I managed to pick up one of these ugly little bastards for pretty cheap, even if it means I'll get some weird looks for owning it.
Reading up on the history of it's species..
To finish off here's a bit of artwork my girlfriend drew some time last year inspired by the game which she got just as fascinated with it as I did.