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18th Feb '17 11:49:29 PM rva98014
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* Normally, mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' always walk on two legs, on fully plantigrade stances at that. When some mammals start inexplicably "going savage," acting like animals in our world, they start walking "down on all fours" all the time. In-universe, it comes across as frightening and disturbing as it would be to see humans suddenly doing the same.

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* Normally, mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' always walk on two legs, on fully plantigrade stances at that. but will occasionally shift to four legs when stealth or extra dexterity is called for. When some mammals start inexplicably "going savage," acting like animals in our world, an animal goes savage they start walking "down on are shown to revert to four-legged movement at all fours" all the time. In-universe, it comes across as frightening and disturbing as it would be to see humans suddenly doing the same.
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24th Jan '17 11:01:29 PM PaulA
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* In the Disney adaptation of ''Literature/TheWindInTheWillows'', Cyril Proudbottom the horse sometimes stood on two legs, but Mr. Toad, Ratty, Mole, Badger, and the weasels always stood on two legs.

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* In the Disney adaptation ''Literature/TheWindInTheWillows'' segment of ''Literature/TheWindInTheWillows'', ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad'', Cyril Proudbottom the horse sometimes stood on two legs, but Mr. Toad, Ratty, Mole, Badger, and the weasels always stood on two legs.
22nd Jan '17 1:17:00 PM Kombucha
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** Such as the basilisk... when it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JF-UMgdkph4/ runs on water]].
14th Nov '16 11:56:37 AM REV6Pilot
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* Normally, mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' always walk on two legs. When some mammals start inexplicably "going savage," acting like animals in our world, they start walking "down on all fours" all the time. In-universe, it comes across as frightening and disturbing as it would be to see humans suddenly doing the same.

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* Normally, mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' always walk on two legs.legs, on fully plantigrade stances at that. When some mammals start inexplicably "going savage," acting like animals in our world, they start walking "down on all fours" all the time. In-universe, it comes across as frightening and disturbing as it would be to see humans suddenly doing the same.
10th Aug '16 11:34:16 AM Julia1984
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* Normally, mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' walk on two legs with occasional shifting to four legs when speed or stealth is called for. When some mammals start inexplicably "going savage," acting like animals in our world, they start walking "down on all fours" all the time.

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* Normally, mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' always walk on two legs with occasional shifting to four legs when speed or stealth is called for.legs. When some mammals start inexplicably "going savage," acting like animals in our world, they start walking "down on all fours" all the time. \n In-universe, it comes across as frightening and disturbing as it would be to see humans suddenly doing the same.
5th Jul '16 7:06:45 AM rva98014
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* Normally, all animals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' walk on two legs at all times, under all circumstances, at all speeds, in all environments. When some animals start inexplicably "going savage," acting like animals in our world, one of the things that makes the victims so horrifying in-universe is that they start walking "down on all fours!"

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* Normally, all animals mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' walk on two legs at all times, under all circumstances, at all speeds, in all environments. with occasional shifting to four legs when speed or stealth is called for. When some animals mammals start inexplicably "going savage," acting like animals in our world, one of the things that makes the victims so horrifying in-universe is that they start walking "down on all fours!"
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12th Jun '16 12:05:29 AM ThePocket
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* Brian and Jasper from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' usually walk on two legs.

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* Brian and Jasper from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' usually walk on two legs. There are a number of dogs in this same universe that do not, and also cannot speak.
25th May '16 1:09:02 PM PDL
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* Many Pokémon start off as quadrupeds but may become bipedal as they evolve. Interestingly, they're able to learn many more moves then they could when they still walked on all fours.

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* Many Pokémon ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' start off as quadrupeds but may become bipedal as they evolve. Interestingly, they're able to learn many more moves then they could when they still walked on all fours.
25th May '16 1:08:21 PM PDL
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* Many Pokémon start off as quadrupeds but may become bipedal as they evolve. Interestingly, they're able to learn many more moves then they could when they still walked on all fours.
6th May '16 9:03:08 PM BURGINABC
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In a realistic scenario, this would make sense - not only does it require much more brain power to balance and coordinate a bipedal body, but it also frees up the front limbs for grasping and, later on in evolution, tool use.

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In a realistic scenario, this would make sense - not only does it require much more brain power to balance and coordinate a bipedal body, but it also frees up the front limbs for grasping and, later on in evolution, or tool use.
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