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6th Jun '17 4:02:21 PM DinoMaurus
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* Two of those were featured in ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'', trying to capture a runaway alien worm. The bears and the worm were apparently the pets of a gigantic [[HumanoidAliens humanoid alien]] little girl called "Tulip".

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* Two of those were featured in ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'', trying to capture a runaway alien worm. The bears and the worm were apparently the pets of a gigantic [[HumanoidAliens humanoid [[RubberForeheadAliens rubber-forehead alien]] little girl called "Tulip".
6th May '17 4:10:28 PM zarpaulus
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** And our "heroes" second starship, and first SapientShip, was built by them. Since then he's subjugated the most aggressive races of the galaxy, probably including the Ob'enn, declared war on a species composed of dark matter from another galaxy, and pretty much named himself God.

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** And our "heroes" second starship, and first SapientShip, was built by them. Since then he's subjugated the most aggressive races of the galaxy, probably including the Ob'enn, declared war on a species composed of dark matter from another galaxy, and pretty much named himself God.
** There's also the Ursumari, though they're not actually aliens. Instead, they're [[UpliftedAnimal uplifted]] ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polar_bear?wprov=sfsi1 Ursus maritimus]]'', and their appearance is practically unchanged.
25th Jan '17 11:36:53 AM ChronoLegion
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* The Llyano in Creator/MikhailAkhmanov's ''Literature/ArrivalsFromTheDark'' are a race of primitive furry hunters (despite their early references painting them as a hostile interstellar empire), whose only contact with the outside universe comes in the form of trade posts. They normally walk upright, but, when hunting in the woods, it's much easier for them to move on all fours. Being at the hunter-gatherer stage, they're not likely to become a space-faring race anytime soon. They don't really fight among themselves, and their main enemies are a number of predatory species.

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* The Llyano in Creator/MikhailAkhmanov's ''Literature/ArrivalsFromTheDark'' are a race of primitive furry hunters (despite their [[DisContinuity early references painting them as a hostile interstellar empire), empire]]), whose only contact with the outside universe comes in the form of trade posts. They normally walk upright, but, when hunting in the woods, it's much easier for them to move on all fours. Being at the hunter-gatherer stage, they're not likely to become a space-faring race anytime soon. They don't really fight among themselves, and their main enemies are a number of predatory species.
25th Jan '17 11:33:53 AM ChronoLegion
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** Specifically, the "bear-cows" may be herbivores, but they will attack any race they perceive to be a predator... or a fellow prey who might infringe on their pastures. Basically, anyone is fair game to them. When Geary first sends a visual message, he smiles, only to be told by an "expert" that what he's just done is show them his predatory teeth.

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** Specifically, the "bear-cows" may be herbivores, but they will attack any race they perceive to be a predator... or a fellow prey who might infringe on their pastures. Basically, anyone is fair game to them. When Geary first sends a visual message, he smiles, only to be told by an "expert" that what he's just done is show them his predatory teeth.teeth (TruthInTelevision, most animal "smiles" are, in fact, warnings to stay away).
25th Jan '17 10:59:51 AM Drope
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* The ''Franchise/CareBears'' are definitely not from Earth, having come from some sort of alternate dimension according to the two movies the series had. They also prefer to live all the way up in the sky.

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* The ''Franchise/CareBears'' are definitely not from Earth, having come from some sort of alternate dimension according to the first two movies the series had. They also prefer to live all the way up in the sky.
25th Jan '17 10:59:23 AM Drope
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* The '''Franchise/CareBears''' are definitely not from Earth, having come from some sort of alternate dimension according to the two movies the series had.

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* The '''Franchise/CareBears''' ''Franchise/CareBears'' are definitely not from Earth, having come from some sort of alternate dimension according to the two movies the series had.
had. They also prefer to live all the way up in the sky.
25th Jan '17 10:58:39 AM Drope
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* The '''Franchise/CareBears''' are definitely not from Earth, having come from some sort of alternate dimension according to the two movies the series had.
3rd Nov '16 10:05:45 PM nombretomado
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* The HumanxCommonwealth features the Ulru-Ujurrians, who look like large bears.

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* The HumanxCommonwealth Literature/HumanxCommonwealth features the Ulru-Ujurrians, who look like large bears.
28th Sep '16 6:37:20 AM ChronoLegion
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* Parodied in ''Literature/EarthTheBook'', where images show some of the human ideas of what aliens might look like. Among them were [[Franchise/StarWars Chewbacca]] (with the "Like a bear" subtitle) and Series/{{Alf}} (with the "Like a gay bear" subtitle).
28th Sep '16 6:34:55 AM ChronoLegion
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** [[Creator/SergeyLukyanenko Lukyanenko]] did expand on their culture, considering the version he used from the first ''Master of Orion'', which didn't provide much background. In the books, the Bulrathi are a ProudWarriorRaceGuy culture, who value hand-to-hand (or paw, if you want to be technical) combat over standard warfare. They also have [[VocalDissonance falsetto voices]], making them good tenors (when they're not ripping your head off). In fact, their obsession with direct combat leads to them developing a method to defeat the [[SiliconBasedLife Silicoids]]' natural DeflectorShields (most races just shoot at them) using their high-pitched voices in a manner similar to how a singer can shatter a crystal glass with her voice. They are also stated to be scavengers, preferring to eat something that has been dead for days.

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** [[Creator/SergeyLukyanenko Lukyanenko]] did expand on their culture, considering the version he used from the first ''Master of Orion'', which didn't provide much background. In the books, the Bulrathi are a ProudWarriorRaceGuy culture, who value hand-to-hand (or paw, if you want to be technical) combat over standard warfare. They also have [[VocalDissonance falsetto voices]], making them good tenors (when they're not ripping your head off). In fact, their obsession with direct combat leads to them developing a method to defeat the [[SiliconBasedLife Silicoids]]' natural DeflectorShields (most races just shoot at them) using their high-pitched voices in a manner similar to how a singer can shatter a crystal glass with her voice. They are also stated to be scavengers, preferring to eat something that has been dead for days. In terms of clothing, they generally wear skirts (sometimes metal skirts), since their tough hides can handle almost anything an unarmed human can do to them. A human gift shop on their homeworld has a display of "authentic" Bulrathi armor, except the experienced protagonist immediately assumes it's fake, since it covers far too much body for the HonorBeforeReason Bulrathi.
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