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I couldn't figure it out either.

As far as I know, there will always be 11 inputs. Probably things such as speed, time, position, but I'm not sure.

That looks pretty cool! When did you reach a plateau for the creature? If you aren't done with your creature yet and wanted to possibly reach more realistic motions, you would need to change the neural network. Using the neuron calculator by Zelk12, for 3 layers like you have now you would need 35 neurons rather than 10, because you have 61 muscles/outputs. If you added a layer you could do the first layer as 20 neurons, and then the last layer at 35. 5 layers would take a very, very long time, but the layers would go like 11,20,35.

You can also increase the muscle strength of the "realistic" muscles to compensate for the decreased random muscles. At this point I'm more interested in your cheetah. It looks very cool!

If the muscles don't exist in real life (Like from the toes to the chest) turn the muscle strength down to "0.1" and take out as many non-existent muscles as you can.