I would think that it would be more of a land-visitor, rather than a land-dweller, as at the time, there were only hornworts, mosses, fungi and the primitive land plants like Rhynia or Homeophyton, and the only other terrestrial animals were semi-microscopic arthropods. From Wordnik.com. [Tetrapods are older than we thought! - The Panda's Thumb] Reference
EURIPIDES was the son of a fruiterer; Virgil of a baker; Horace of a freed slave; Anayot of a currier; Voiture of a vintner; Tamerlane of a shepherd; Rollin of a herdsman; Mollière of an upholsterer; Rousseau of a watchmaker; Ben Jonson of a mason; Shakspeare of a butcher; Beattie of a farmer; Thomas Moore of a grocer; Rembrandt of a miller; Dr. Mibner, of China, was a herd-boy in Rhynia; Joseph Hume, of the British Parliament, was a sailor-boy. From Wordnik.com. [Original Acrostics on all the States and Presidents of the United States, and Various Other Subjects, Religious, Political, and Personal] Reference
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