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22nd Jun '16 1:54:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* An unusual human variation occured in ''MrMeaty'' in which a group of soy-centric vegetarians were supposed to [[ImAHumanitarian eat their new employee]], as part of a plan that even they didn't really understand due to their extremely confusing "circle of life" chart that made no sense what so ever.

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* An unusual human variation occured in ''MrMeaty'' ''WesternAnimation/MrMeaty'' in which a group of soy-centric vegetarians were supposed to [[ImAHumanitarian eat their new employee]], as part of a plan that even they didn't really understand due to their extremely confusing "circle of life" chart that made no sense what so ever.
8th Jun '16 10:47:48 AM Tacitus
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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' features Radstags, deer mutated by nuclear fallout into the animal equivalent of ConjoinedTwins - the creature(s) split at the middle of the spine, so they have two heads and a total of four forelegs, though the middle two are too atrophied to function. The ones encountered in the main game are harmless, with the exception of males or certain variants like Rabid Radstags that will initiate combat if you get too close, but the ''Far Harbor'' DLC introduces Devolved Radstags, which sport pronounced fangs and are actively predatory, attacking anything they encounter.



* Some industrial producers of meat feed meat animals...well...meat. Usually they are "animal byproducts" that people wouldn't eat if you paid them. Unfortunately, the inclusion of cow neural tissue in cow-feed is responsible for Bovine Spongiform Encephelopathy (BSE), AKA ''Mad Cow Disease''. This is why [[WhyWeCantHaveNiceThings we can't eat cow brains]], which were traditionally consumed (and considered delicious) by many cultures (and not just ones noted for liking offal--the Midwest's fried-brain sandwich ''used'' to be made out of cow cortex).

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* Some industrial producers of meat feed meat animals...well... well... meat. Usually they are "animal byproducts" that people wouldn't eat if you paid them. Unfortunately, the inclusion of cow neural tissue in cow-feed is responsible for Bovine Spongiform Encephelopathy (BSE), AKA ''Mad Cow Disease''. This is why [[WhyWeCantHaveNiceThings we can't eat cow brains]], which were traditionally consumed (and considered delicious) by many cultures (and not just ones noted for liking offal--the Midwest's fried-brain sandwich ''used'' to be made out of cow cortex).
24th May '16 10:05:12 PM Theriocephalus
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* In the [[Creator/{{Lopoddity}} Pandoraverse]], ponies from the Oatstralian Oatsback tend to be more omnivorous than your average pony, due to the harshness of their home environment, and even have pointier canines to help eating meat. Bruce, for instance, sees nothing wrong with his catching and eating fish. This doesn't translate very well, culturally--Aerostorm once fainted dead away when he came across a rather bloody Bruce filleting a large trout.
27th Mar '16 5:40:44 PM SgtFrog1
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* Humans who adopt an all-meat or near all-meat diet often claim to feel stronger and more energized. However, they eventually run into the same problems as others who eat a similarly-restricted diet, like vegans.

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* Humans who adopt an all-meat or near all-meat diet often claim to feel stronger and more energized. However, they eventually run into the same problems as others who eat a similarly-restricted diet, like vegans. In this case, meat naturally contains very little fiber, so constipation may be an issue.
27th Mar '16 5:40:03 PM SgtFrog1
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* Humans who adopt an all-meat or near all-meat diet often claim to feel stronger and more energized.

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* Humans who adopt an all-meat or near all-meat diet often claim to feel stronger and more energized. However, they eventually run into the same problems as others who eat a similarly-restricted diet, like vegans.
27th Mar '16 5:36:58 PM SgtFrog1
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* Red deer are in the ''Guiness Book of World Records'' as "Most Bloodthirsty Ungulate." It actively devours birds, small mammals, and even other deer. Suddenly, their name seems to be ''very'' [[MeaningfulName appropriate]...

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* Red deer are in the ''Guiness Book of World Records'' as "Most Bloodthirsty Ungulate." It actively devours birds, small mammals, and even other deer. Suddenly, their name seems to be ''very'' [[MeaningfulName appropriate]...appropriate]]...
27th Mar '16 5:36:39 PM SgtFrog1
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* Red deer are in the ''Guiness Book of World Records'' as "Most Bloodthirsty Ungulate." It actively devours birds, small mammals, and even other deer.

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* Red deer are in the ''Guiness Book of World Records'' as "Most Bloodthirsty Ungulate." It actively devours birds, small mammals, and even other deer. Suddenly, their name seems to be ''very'' [[MeaningfulName appropriate]...



* Some industrial producers of meat feed meat animals...well...meat. Usually they are "animal byproducts" that people wouldn't eat if you paid them. Unfortunately, the inclusion of cow neural tissue in cow-feed is responsible for Bovine Spongiform Encephelopathy (BSE), AKA Mad Cow Disease. This is why [[WhyWeCantHaveNiceThings we can't eat cow brains]], which were traditionally consumed (and considered delicious) by many cultures (and not just ones noted for liking offal--the Midwest's fried-brain sandwich ''used'' to be made out of cow cortex).

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* Some industrial producers of meat feed meat animals...well...meat. Usually they are "animal byproducts" that people wouldn't eat if you paid them. Unfortunately, the inclusion of cow neural tissue in cow-feed is responsible for Bovine Spongiform Encephelopathy (BSE), AKA Mad ''Mad Cow Disease.Disease''. This is why [[WhyWeCantHaveNiceThings we can't eat cow brains]], which were traditionally consumed (and considered delicious) by many cultures (and not just ones noted for liking offal--the Midwest's fried-brain sandwich ''used'' to be made out of cow cortex).
27th Mar '16 5:31:41 PM SgtFrog1
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* Inverted with {{Disney/Zootopia}}. In the pre-civilization days, carnivores did indeed eat red meat. Now they're more evolved, and have switched over to a diet of fish, insect proteins, and various plants (which is also a variation of VegetarianCarnivore).

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* Inverted with {{Disney/Zootopia}}.''{{Disney/Zootopia}}''. In the pre-civilization days, carnivores did indeed eat red meat. Now Nowadays, they're more evolved, and have switched over to a diet of fish, insect proteins, and various plants (which is also a variation of VegetarianCarnivore).
27th Mar '16 5:31:02 PM SgtFrog1
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* Inverted with {{Disney/Zootopia}}. In the pre-civilization days, carnivores did indeed eat red meat. Now they're more evolved, and have switched over to a diet of fish, insect proteins, and various plants (which is also a variation of VegetarianCarnivore).



* And of course, don't forget the KillerRabbit from ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail''.

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* And of course, don't forget the KillerRabbit of Caerbannog from ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail''.
18th Dec '15 12:22:41 PM Doug86
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* In ''FalloutEquestria'', plenty of ponies (including some protagonists) rely on meat for sustenance, as plantlife tends to be scarce in the post-apocalyptic setting and the other alternative is centuries-old pre-packaged food. Some even prefer it. Cannibalism also occurs, although it's treated as a clear atrocity.

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* In ''FalloutEquestria'', ''Fanfic/FalloutEquestria'', plenty of ponies (including some protagonists) rely on meat for sustenance, as plantlife tends to be scarce in the post-apocalyptic setting and the other alternative is centuries-old pre-packaged food. Some even prefer it. Cannibalism also occurs, although it's treated as a clear atrocity.
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