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28th Mar '17 8:19:21 PM ElSquibbonator
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* This very rarely happens in ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' In the season one episode "My Club Rules" Buster says "I'm not made of money, I'm made of fur!" Another episode has Francine insulting Arthur (an aardvark) by telling him to eat an ant sandwich. Most of these are [[EarlyInstallmentWierdness from the first seasons of the show]]; nowadays it's gotten to the point where there's confusion amongst fans whether they're truly anthro animals or they simply look like animals to the viewer.

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* This very rarely happens in ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' In the season one episode "My Club Rules" Buster says "I'm not made of money, I'm made of fur!" Another episode has Francine insulting Arthur (an aardvark) by telling him to eat an ant sandwich. Most of these are [[EarlyInstallmentWierdness [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness from the first seasons of the show]]; nowadays it's gotten to the point where there's confusion amongst fans whether they're truly anthro animals or they simply look like animals to the viewer.
28th Mar '17 8:17:43 PM ElSquibbonator
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* This very rarely happens in ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'', to the point where there's confusion amongst fans whether they're truly anthro animals or they simply look like animals to the viewer. In the season one episode "My Club Rules" Buster says "I'm not made of money, I'm made of fur!" Another episode has Francine insulting Arthur (an aardvark) by telling him to eat an ant sandwich.

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* This very rarely happens in ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'', to the point where there's confusion amongst fans whether they're truly anthro animals or they simply look like animals to the viewer. ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' In the season one episode "My Club Rules" Buster says "I'm not made of money, I'm made of fur!" Another episode has Francine insulting Arthur (an aardvark) by telling him to eat an ant sandwich.sandwich. Most of these are [[EarlyInstallmentWierdness from the first seasons of the show]]; nowadays it's gotten to the point where there's confusion amongst fans whether they're truly anthro animals or they simply look like animals to the viewer.
19th Mar '17 9:41:10 PM RandomnessUnlimited
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* These happen a lot in ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'', especially with Mr. Cat and Stumpy the squirrel.

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* These happen a lot in ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'', especially with Mr. Cat and since the cast are all [[FunnyAnimal animals]]:
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Stumpy the squirrel. squirrel eats acorns quite a lot.
** In the episode "Let's Play Cops and Robbers", Kaeloo sees a hole in a yogurt container and concludes that Mr. cat made the hole because he's the only one with claws.
** In the episode "Let's Play Figurines", Kaeloo takes one of Mr. Cat's whiskers.
** In Episode 74, Mr. Cat pounces on a soccer ball and plays with it.
** In Episode 83, Mr. Cat affectionately rubs his head against Kaeloo like a real cat would.
** In Episode 89, Olaf slides down a hill like a real penguin.
16th Mar '17 7:49:23 PM kablammin45
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** It also happened in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' centered around the Fountain of Youth, where looking into the fountain in said episode would give you a vision of your younger self. Scrooge and a guest character his age look in and see younger versions of themselves, Launchpad looks in and sees himself as a kid, and Huey, Dewey, and Louie look in and see...a trio of unhatched eggs.
15th Mar '17 8:46:14 AM Monolaf317
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*** On the same vein as the above quote, he is also show to not recognize his own reflection in the mirror, instead thinking it's another, different dog.
*** Then again, [[TooDumbToLive Peter makes the same mistake.]]

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*** On the same vein as the above quote, he is also show to not recognize his own reflection in the mirror, instead thinking it's another, different dog.
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dog. Then again, [[TooDumbToLive Peter makes the same mistake.]]



** In another episode When he bites peter after he stuck his pill up his butt he is clearly shown whith sharp teeth like all dogs.

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** In another episode When episode, when he bites peter Peter after he stuck his pill up his butt butt, he is clearly shown whith with sharp teeth like all dogs.
14th Mar '17 4:28:30 PM EDP
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* Rather often the humor in ''Lupo Alberto'' (set in a world of FunnyAnimals) comes from the characters suddenly acting like animals:
** An early strip had Alberto (a wolf) being caught by his girlfriend Marta (a chicken) while he's sneaking around with her best friend-and interrupting her jealous rant to tell her he finds ridiculous she's jealous of his midnight snack.
** On one occasion Moses, the farm's sheepdog that always beats Alberto up, was foiled when Alberto grabbed his stick and threw it, resulting in the dog chasing it.
** Enrico la Talpa (a mole) is rather prone to this, as he lives underground and often pokes out from his house, sometimes mentions having just eat something a mole would eat, and suddenly digging his way out of trouble (he and his wife are actually supernaturally good diggers when motivated).
** The rabbit couple of the farm has lots of children.
10th Mar '17 1:22:36 PM Ebro801
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* In ''ComicStrip/BeeteBailey'', Otto bites people whenever he gets angry.

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* In ''ComicStrip/BeeteBailey'', ''ComicStrip/BeetleBailey'', Otto bites people whenever he gets angry.
24th Feb '17 8:36:07 PM Luppercus
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Babar}}'' Zephir walks like a monkey some of the time and has a particular liking of fruits. On the other hand trumpeting from an elephant is normally seen as something weird or unusual, considering that all elephants in the series are {{Civilized Animal}}s that try as much as possible to distance themselves from animal-like behavior. Yet in one episode Babar starts trumpeting after reconnecting with his animal spirit via the ghost of the Old King, mucho to other elephants’ dismay, but it became a catchy thing to do at the end of the episode.
11th Feb '17 9:04:13 PM ElSquibbonator
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** Spongebob bragged that he could "reproduce by budding", and then proved it by sprouting multiple heads. He also mentioned that his people were sedentary and filter-feed. In multiple episodes, he takes advantage of his nature as a sponge to absorb water/cushion impacts/change his shape.

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** Spongebob bragged that he could "reproduce by budding", and then proved it by sprouting multiple heads. He also mentioned that his people were sedentary and filter-feed.filter-feed (this was in an episode where he broke his butt and was afraid to leave his house). In multiple episodes, he takes advantage of his nature as a sponge to absorb water/cushion impacts/change his shape.
11th Feb '17 9:01:17 PM ElSquibbonator
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** Spongebob bragged that he could "reproduce by budding", and then proved it by sprouting multiple heads.
** He also mentioned that his people were sedentary and filter-feed.

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** Spongebob bragged that he could "reproduce by budding", and then proved it by sprouting multiple heads.
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heads. He also mentioned that his people were sedentary and filter-feed.filter-feed. In multiple episodes, he takes advantage of his nature as a sponge to absorb water/cushion impacts/change his shape.
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