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21st Aug '15 5:45:57 PM ading
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* CriticalResearchFailure: In "Speed", the earthworm is stated to be "the fastest thing on no legs". That title actually belongs to the black mamba.

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In "Speed", the earthworm is stated to be "the fastest thing on no legs". That title actually belongs to the black mamba.mamba.
** In "Awesome Ancestors", the T. rex is stated to be the ancestor of the komodo dragon. The two are not related aside from both being reptiles.
16th Jan '15 6:39:10 PM CJCroen1393
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* CriticalResearchFailure: In "Speed", the earthworm is stated to be "the fastest thing on no legs". That title actually belongs to the black mamba.


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** The fate of the female sea louse in "Mothers"; she gets dragged into a cavern by the male, who pretty much ''rapes'' her, gets pregnant with practically a thousand squirming babies who ''eat her alive from the inside out'' and then burst out of her, killing her in the process.
9th Nov '14 3:30:09 PM MagBas
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* TearJerker: In "Mothers", the fate of the [[MamaBear mother octopus]]. She starves herself for months keeping her eggs safe and when they hatch she's so exhausted that she can't defend herself when a predatory fish arrives. And she only won number ''two''.
* UnfortunateImplications: In "Mothers", the sea louse wins because she's dragged into a cavern by a male sea louse who promptly [[ChildByRape forcibly impregnates her]] and leaves her there with thousands of parasitic babies that eat her from the inside out and eventually rip her in half when they come out. This is depicted as "good parenting" and "making the ultimate sacrifice for your children". From a human standpoint, it's actually ChildByRape and DeathByChildbirth.

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* TearJerker: In "Mothers", the fate of the [[MamaBear mother octopus]]. She starves herself for months keeping her eggs safe and when they hatch she's so exhausted that she can't defend herself when a predatory fish arrives. And she only won number ''two''.
* UnfortunateImplications: In "Mothers", the sea louse wins because she's dragged into a cavern by a male sea louse who promptly [[ChildByRape forcibly impregnates her]] and leaves her there with thousands of parasitic babies that eat her from the inside out and eventually rip her in half when they come out. This is depicted as "good parenting" and "making the ultimate sacrifice for your children". From a human standpoint, it's actually ChildByRape and DeathByChildbirth.
''two''.
5th Apr '14 3:35:23 PM CJCroen1393
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* UnfortunateImplications: In "Mothers", the sea louse wins because she's dragged into a cavern by a male sea louse who promptly impregnates her and leaves her there with thousands of parasitic babies that eat her from the inside out and eventually rip her in half when they come out. This is depicted as "good parenting" and "making the ultimate sacrifice for your children". From a human standpoint, it's actually ChildByRape and DeathByChildbirth.

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* UnfortunateImplications: In "Mothers", the sea louse wins because she's dragged into a cavern by a male sea louse who promptly [[ChildByRape forcibly impregnates her her]] and leaves her there with thousands of parasitic babies that eat her from the inside out and eventually rip her in half when they come out. This is depicted as "good parenting" and "making the ultimate sacrifice for your children". From a human standpoint, it's actually ChildByRape and DeathByChildbirth.
27th May '13 5:09:12 AM CJCroen1393
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* UnfortunateImplications: In "Mothers", the sea louse wins because she's dragged into a cavern by a male sea louse who promptly impregnates her and leaves her there with thousands of parasitic babies that eat her from the inside out and eventually rip her in half when they come out. This is depicted as ''good parenting'' and "an ultimate sacrifice for your children". From a human standpoint, it's actually ChildByRape and DeathByChildbirth.

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* UnfortunateImplications: In "Mothers", the sea louse wins because she's dragged into a cavern by a male sea louse who promptly impregnates her and leaves her there with thousands of parasitic babies that eat her from the inside out and eventually rip her in half when they come out. This is depicted as ''good parenting'' "good parenting" and "an "making the ultimate sacrifice for your children". From a human standpoint, it's actually ChildByRape and DeathByChildbirth.
27th May '13 5:06:38 AM CJCroen1393
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* TearJerker: In "Mothers", the fate of the [[MamaBear mother octopus]]. She starves herself for months keeping her eggs safe and when they hatch she's so exhausted that she can't defend herself when a predatory fish arrives. And she only won number ''two''.

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* TearJerker: In "Mothers", the fate of the [[MamaBear mother octopus]]. She starves herself for months keeping her eggs safe and when they hatch she's so exhausted that she can't defend herself when a predatory fish arrives. And she only won number ''two''.''two''.
* UnfortunateImplications: In "Mothers", the sea louse wins because she's dragged into a cavern by a male sea louse who promptly impregnates her and leaves her there with thousands of parasitic babies that eat her from the inside out and eventually rip her in half when they come out. This is depicted as ''good parenting'' and "an ultimate sacrifice for your children". From a human standpoint, it's actually ChildByRape and DeathByChildbirth.
27th May '13 4:59:43 AM CJCroen1393
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* {{Squick}}:"Gross Outs".

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* {{Squick}}:"Gross Outs".Outs".
* TearJerker: In "Mothers", the fate of the [[MamaBear mother octopus]]. She starves herself for months keeping her eggs safe and when they hatch she's so exhausted that she can't defend herself when a predatory fish arrives. And she only won number ''two''.
19th Aug '12 11:02:56 PM 493251gen
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** "Body Snatchers":[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxoplasma Toxoplasma]], hands down. No wonder it won in this category.

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** "Body Snatchers":[[http://en.Snatchers": [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxoplasma Toxoplasma]], hands down. No wonder it won in this category.
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