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28th Mar '17 1:56:11 PM Specialist290
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* Some species in ''VideoGame/Stellaris'' can have the Rapid Breeder trait OR the Migratory trait or a combination of both. If you set up a migration treaty with another empire predominantly populated by one of these species, you can find that new colonies may be overrun with species of migrating aliens to the point that the planet's population can easily overtake it's ability to sustain the population, and can cause shortfalls in production until the situation is resolved. Combined with the Repugnant Trait, it may even force your own species or those of the native populations off the planet. If not careful, they could overrun an entire empire. Some players deliberately make these, with the intent of creating a subversive population that wants you to cede the planet back to the empire they came from... or make you regret concurring them in the first place.
16th Feb '17 6:43:57 AM a83hg
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-->'''Judy Hopps''': I mean, [[SarcasmMode I am just a dumb bunny]] but we are good at [[DoubleMeaning multiplying]].

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-->'''Judy Hopps''': I mean, [[SarcasmMode I am just a dumb bunny]] bunny but we are good at [[DoubleMeaning multiplying]].
27th Oct '16 6:05:24 PM AnoneMouseJr
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* ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'': The ''Essential Guide to Alien Species'' states that the Begger's Canyon womp rats (first mentioned in the original movie) could produce litters of sixteen or more at a time. This, coupled with their size and habits, made them a severe pest to local human and alien populations, and was a factor in the government of Anchorhead announcing a bounty of ten credits per womp rat killed, something Luke Skywalker and his friends took big advantage of to help pay for their education and upgrades to their speeders.
8th Oct '16 7:26:16 AM thatother1dude
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' gives us a human example in Charlotte Linlin, aka Big Mom, one of the Four Emperors. With her ''85'' children (39 daughters and 46 sons) born from 43 husbands, she certainly lives up to her RedBaron, as Brook lampshaded.

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' gives us a human example in Charlotte Linlin, aka Big Mom, one of the Four Emperors. With her ''85'' children (39 daughters and 46 sons) born from 43 husbands, she certainly lives up to her RedBaron, [[RedBaron epithet]], as Brook lampshaded.
2nd Oct '16 1:07:03 PM thatother1dude
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* In ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', Judy Hopps (a rabbit) has 275 brothers and sisters, and the PopulationXAndCounting sign outside her town of Bunnyburrow is seen with an eight-figure number that is continuously going up as she takes the train to Zootopia. She even jokes about it:
-->'''Judy Hopps''': I mean, [[SarcasmMode I am just a dumb bunny]] but we are good at multiplying.

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* In ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', Judy Hopps (a rabbit) has 275 brothers and sisters, and the PopulationXAndCounting sign outside her town of Bunnyburrow is seen with an eight-figure number that is continuously going up as she takes the train to Zootopia. She even jokes about it:
it while estimating Nick's unreported income:
-->'''Judy Hopps''': I mean, [[SarcasmMode I am just a dumb bunny]] but we are good at multiplying.[[DoubleMeaning multiplying]].
2nd Oct '16 1:05:01 PM thatother1dude
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[[caption-width-right:350: [[NoEndorHolocaust But what about the new rabbits now in the hole?]] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: [[NoEndorHolocaust [[OnlyTheLeadsGetAHappyEnding But what about the new rabbits now in the hole?]] ]]
17th Aug '16 7:27:26 PM Yuihime
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* In ''Film/TheMuppetChristmasCarol'', Rizzo the Rat comments that he can't relate to Ebenezer Scrooge's lonely childhood, because [[FurryReminder he had over twelve hundred siblings growing up]].
15th Aug '16 2:42:44 PM MarqFJA
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** For a queen ant, bee or termite, laying several hundred eggs per day (or several '''thousand''', for some species) for the rest of her life (which typically measures in several years, sometimes up to a decade or more) is par for the course. Thankfully, the overwhelming majority of those eggs produce worker and soldier ants/bees/termites, which have a relatively high mortality rate (exceptions being workers that are colony-bound, e.g. "nursemaids" that tend to eggs and larvae 24/7) as well as a short lifespan of a mere few months on average, so it all balances out.
12th Aug '16 3:39:44 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''{{VideoGame/Halo}}'':

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* ''{{VideoGame/Halo}}'':''{{Franchise/Halo}}'':
25th Jul '16 3:27:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Moria'', ''{{Angband}}'', and other related {{Roguelike}}s have several mostly low-level monsters which, as the in-game descriptions say, "can breed explosively." The most notorious of these are the worm masses, in all their [[UndergroundMonkey annoying]] [[PaletteSwap color variants]]. Even worse is in ''[[VideoGame/AncientDomainsOfMystery ADOM]]'', where creatures get stronger as you kill more of them.

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* ''Moria'', ''{{Angband}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Angband}}'', and other related {{Roguelike}}s have several mostly low-level monsters which, as the in-game descriptions say, "can breed explosively." The most notorious of these are the worm masses, in all their [[UndergroundMonkey annoying]] [[PaletteSwap color variants]]. Even worse is in ''[[VideoGame/AncientDomainsOfMystery ADOM]]'', where creatures get stronger as you kill more of them.
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