History WesternAnimation / TheAngryBeavers

6th Oct '17 8:47:38 PM schoi30
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** In "Deck Poops", daddy longlegs are incorrectly referred to as insects or "bugs" (they're arachnids).

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** In "Deck Poops", daddy longlegs are incorrectly referred to as bugs or insects or "bugs" (they're arachnids).
6th Oct '17 8:47:02 PM schoi30
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** In "Deck Poops", daddy longlegs are incorrectly referred to as insects (they're arachnids).

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** In "Deck Poops", daddy longlegs are incorrectly referred to as insects or "bugs" (they're arachnids).
3rd Oct '17 7:12:13 PM schoi30
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** "Long in the Teeth" incorrectly refers to rabbits as rodents, when in reality they are of the lagomorph, not rodent, order. Of course, in that same episode ("Long in the Teeth"), it shows all sorts of animals growing giant teeth, including, IIRC, ''a frog and a deer''. So perhaps their grasp of taxonomy should be taken with a good heapin' pinch of salt.
** In "Deck Poops", daddy longlegs are incorrectly referred to as insects.

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** "Long in the Teeth" incorrectly refers to rabbits as rodents, when in reality they are of the lagomorph, not rodent, order. Of course, in that same episode ("Long in the Teeth"), episode, it shows all sorts of animals growing giant teeth, including, IIRC, ''a frog and a deer''. So perhaps their grasp of taxonomy should be taken with a good heapin' pinch of salt.
** In "Deck Poops", daddy longlegs are incorrectly referred to as insects.insects (they're arachnids).
3rd Oct '17 7:11:07 PM schoi30
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* TaxonomicTermConfusion: One episode incorrectly refers to rabbits as rodents, when in reality they are of the lagomorph, not rodent, order. Of course, in that same episode ("Long in the Teeth"), it shows all sorts of animals growing giant teeth, including, IIRC, ''a frog and a deer''. So perhaps their grasp of taxonomy should be taken with a good heapin' pinch of salt.

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* TaxonomicTermConfusion: One episode TaxonomicTermConfusion:
** "Long in the Teeth"
incorrectly refers to rabbits as rodents, when in reality they are of the lagomorph, not rodent, order. Of course, in that same episode ("Long in the Teeth"), it shows all sorts of animals growing giant teeth, including, IIRC, ''a frog and a deer''. So perhaps their grasp of taxonomy should be taken with a good heapin' pinch of salt.salt.
** In "Deck Poops", daddy longlegs are incorrectly referred to as insects.
21st Sep '17 12:49:31 PM bitemytail
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* RecordedSplicedConversation: In one episode, the brothers have a bet over who can go the longest without speaking. They both [[LoopholeAbuse exploit the loophole]] of being able to communicate using recordings.
30th Aug '17 5:32:20 PM jasonbres
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** The beavers occasionally daydream in poorly animated colored pencil thought bubbles.


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* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: The theme song is styled after Creator/HerbAlpert and the Tijuana Brass, specifically, their rendition of "Spanish Flea".
13th Aug '17 7:16:49 PM schoi30
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*** The episode ''Sqotters'' involves river otters claiming the beavers' unoccupied home, which is what sometimes happens in real life.

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*** The episode ''Sqotters'' involves river otters claiming the beavers' unoccupied home, which is what sometimes happens do happen in real life.
13th Aug '17 7:12:44 PM schoi30
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*** Beaver dams can prevent salmon from travelling upstream during spawning season, the main premise of ''Salmon Sez''.

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*** Beaver dams can prevent salmon from travelling upstream during spawning season, which the main premise of ''Salmon Sez''.Sez''. But the ponds associating with the dams can also provide nurseries for the salmon (as the beavers find out at the end of the episode).
12th Aug '17 6:26:17 PM schoi30
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** Beavers don't actually ''eat'' wood. Sometimes they eat twigs or bark, but not really for nutritional value. They prefer the leaves, only eating bark and twigs when little or nothing else is available (as during the winter). Nor do they have white incisors, although how do you make orange incisors ''not'' seem cartoonish?

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** Beavers don't actually ''eat'' wood. Sometimes they eat twigs or bark, but not really for nutritional value. They prefer the leaves, only eating bark and twigs when little or nothing else is available (as during the winter). Nor winter).
** Beavers also
do they not have white incisors, incisors either, although how do you make orange incisors ''not'' seem cartoonish?
12th Aug '17 6:24:58 PM schoi30
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** Orcas do not eat humans like Camu does in "Moby Dopes".

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** In ''Euro-beavers'', Norbert claims European beavers don't build dams. Eurasian beavers are no less dam-builders than their North American cousins are. Though that could be him making an excuse not to re-twig their dam.
** Orcas do not eat humans like Camu does in "Moby Dopes".''Moby Dopes''.
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