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How exactly are we supposed to expand this article when the only thing we know about this species is it's name? --Anguirus111 23:00, 7 September 2006 (UTC)

I haven't seen "In a Mirror, Darkly, Parts I and II" (which shows some as prisoners on a human vessel), so I don't know their size. But even if they're comparable in size to humans, remember that the Star Wars galaxy is really advanced, and it would be a piece of cake for them to make actors seem larger than they really are. -Unsigned Comment

  • You really need to sign your comments. But the novel makes it seem that Chuff is known for playing diminuitive characters, which is why he is tasked to portray Yoda in the novel. And besides, there's zero proof the Tholians in Star Trek are the same as the ones in Star Wars. So don't assume they're the same. --Anguirus111 02:59, 1 January 2007 (UTC)
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