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6th Jan '16 3:21:56 PM DoctorCooper
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* [[http://www.graciekyra.com Kyra Gracie]]. Cute as a button, could take anyone in a grappling contest and walk away still looking perfect.
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* [[http://www.graciekyra.com Kyra Gracie]].Gracie. Cute as a button, could take anyone in a grappling contest and walk away still looking perfect.
18th Dec '15 11:19:30 AM Morgenthaler
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Like A Badass Out Of Hell is being split into new tropes.
* The orca is the largest species of dolphin, and it isn't called ''killer'' whale for no reason. Even great white sharks seem to be afraid of them. Also remember that the name is backwards. They were originally known as "whale killers". WHALE KILLERS. Their scientific name is Orcinius Orca. Orca means a Kind of whale. Orcinius means Realm of the dead. Their Scientific name is [[LikeABadassOutOfHell Whale of Hell]]. And HOW they kill whales? They torpedo themselves into their stomach.
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* The orca is the largest species of dolphin, and it isn't called ''killer'' whale for no reason. Even great white sharks seem to be afraid of them. Also remember that the name is backwards. They were originally known as "whale killers". WHALE KILLERS. Their scientific name is Orcinius Orca. Orca means a Kind of whale. Orcinius means Realm of the dead. Their Scientific name is [[LikeABadassOutOfHell [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Whale of Hell]]. And HOW they kill whales? They torpedo themselves into their stomach.
22nd Nov '15 12:18:42 AM Agathaumas
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* The [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_newt California]] and [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rough-skinned_newt Rough-skinnned newts]]. Both are cute and docile, but are incredibly toxic. One newt may harbor enough tetrodotoxin to kill several adult humans. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvBi5Wv8-qg Here]] is a video of a California newt escaping after it has been eaten by a bullfrog.
14th Oct '15 8:46:48 PM QuanticCandy
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26th Sep '15 12:19:34 AM Getheren
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** Now the velociraptor hatchling in JurassicPark, on the other hand, has ''much'' cuteness on board. But check back in six months or so.

* Squirrels, due to their sheer determination when attemting to raid bird feeders.
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* Squirrels, due to their sheer determination when attemting attempting to raid bird feeders.

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* Squirrels, due ** Particularly great horned owls. If you're in the woods at night and you hear one hooting, ''do NOT hoot back''; this is challenging them for territory, and it may swoop silently down out of the night to their sheer determination when attemting deal with the interloper (i.e., you). If you're lucky, you'll catch a movement out of the corner of your eye and throw up your arm to raid bird feeders.protect your face, in which case the talons may easily go ''through'' your forearm. If you're less lucky, you'll catch a movement out of the corner of your eye and look up to see what it is, presenting your face
26th Sep '15 12:12:19 AM Getheren
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** Of course, the cuteness/adorability potential of something that [[NightmareFuel masses 15 tonnes, stands 4-5 metres high, and has sharp 30-cm teeth]] remains open to debate.
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** Of course, the cuteness/adorability potential of something that [[NightmareFuel masses 15 tonnes, stands 4-5 metres high, and has sharp 30-cm teeth]] teeth]], however warm and fuzzy it might technically be, remains open to debate.
26th Sep '15 12:09:58 AM Getheren
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** Of course, the cuteness/adorability potential of something that [[NightmareFuel masses 15 tonnes, stands 4-5 metres high, and has sharp 30-cm teeth]] remains open to debate.
25th Sep '15 7:39:20 PM schoi30
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* The orca in particular isn't called ''killer'' whale for no reason. Even great white sharks seem to be afraid of them. Also remember that the name is backwards. They were originally known as "whale killers". WHALE KILLERS. Their scientific name is Orcinius Orca. Orca means a Kind of whale. Orcinius means Realm of the dead. Their Scientific name is [[LikeABadassOutOfHell Whale of Hell]]. And HOW they kill whales? They torpedo themselves into their stomach.
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* The orca in particular is the largest species of dolphin, and it isn't called ''killer'' whale for no reason. Even great white sharks seem to be afraid of them. Also remember that the name is backwards. They were originally known as "whale killers". WHALE KILLERS. Their scientific name is Orcinius Orca. Orca means a Kind of whale. Orcinius means Realm of the dead. Their Scientific name is [[LikeABadassOutOfHell Whale of Hell]]. And HOW they kill whales? They torpedo themselves into their stomach.
16th Sep '15 10:01:30 PM SpaceBird
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* Pigeons. While their cuteness is often debated on, they've definitely accomplished plenty of badass feats. All pigeons are born with great speed, agility and the ability to find their way home from ''anywhere'' on earth. They were even war heroes at one point, braving harsh conditions and gunfire to deliver messages between armies in WWI and WWII.
16th Sep '15 9:55:33 PM SpaceBird
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**There have also been reports of Keas stealing money or documents from unsuspecting people.

* Archerfish are small fish that are sometimes kept as pets. In the wild, they hunt flying or otherwise out of reach insects by squirting a jet of water at them. Not only do they have deadly accuracy while doing so, but they've been reported to hit targets from 5 feet away.
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* Archerfish are small fish that are sometimes kept as pets. In the wild, they hunt flying or otherwise out of reach insects by squirting a jet of water at them. Not only do they have deadly accuracy while doing so, but they've been reported to hit targets from 5 feet away. away. And they can do this ''without surfacing from the water''.
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