* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' is '''THE''' biggest example of this phenomenon today. A show about magical cartoon ponies that go on adventures and learn about friendship has more teenaged and adult fans than child fans. While there are tons of shows with unlikely fandoms (some of which are listed here), you'd be hard pressed to find a PeripheryDemographic more well known or vocal than the [[FanCommunityNicknames Bronies]]. Even the writers, animators, and staff are aware of how prominent they are and have even had episodes, jokes, and characters that cater to them.
** Sadly, despite the large demographic, this hasn't prevented male viewers open about their love of the show from being bullied for liking a "girl's show", as when an 11-year old boy tried to [[http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20783199,00.html commit suicide]] when other students harassed him and called him gay because of his open passion for the program.
* To a lesser extent, The Hub's ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies2010'' and ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'' have unironic adult fans.
* Creator/CartoonNetwork is all about the Periphery Demographic. Recognizing this was what led them to create Creator/AdultSwim in 2001. Most Cartoon Network originals have scored a healthy Periphery Demographic, but just to name a few:
** ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'', to the point of Thurop joking about a SpinOff simply titled "K'nuckles" for the specific purpose of including more "adult" jokes.
** ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' intentionally {{invoked}} this trope in that, while being marketed to kids as a typical girl-superhero show, it was actually a parody of its genre intended for adult viewers, chock-full of scares and GettingCrapPastTheRadar.
** ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' seems to be trying to set a record with the amount of sex jokes [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar it can get away with]]. Too bad it can't because the show that follows it, ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', broke it, and will continue to do so until the show gets a proper ending or is ScrewedByTheNetwork.
** ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' has a large following among kids, teens, and adults as the show is more or less a reflection of the audience's real-world childhoods (as the audience probably has dealt with a-hole older brothers, scheming friends, bratty younger siblings, sleazy girls who will stop at nothing to make you their boyfriends/future husbands, FunnyForeigner exchange program kids, and weirdos who have inanimate objects for friends).
** The small but vocal ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'' fandom is mostly composed of teen/20-something-year-old fans who remember the show as children and finally see all the HoYay, innuendo, and assorted [[ParentalBonus parental bonuses]], or those who were old enough to see the HoYay, innuendo, and assorted [[ParentalBonus parental bonuses]] when it first came on in 2001.
** ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': The show really treads the line on Periphery Demographics, with tongue-in-cheek call outs to comic book plots and characters along the lines of obfuscating Robin's identity via episodes with characters like Red X and Larry, and of course "Control Freak" is pretty much a shout out and/or back-handed compliment to fanboys everywhere.
** ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'': A fun show based on TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks, but it's packed with so many {{Mythology Gag}}s that you'd have to be a hardcore comic book fan to get them all.
** ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'': It's a show about teenagers for a young demographic, but the plotlines and characters are of a quality found in most pay cable dramas. It's a common feature of GregWeisman shows, see ''Gargoyles'' below.
*** ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' actually had an extremely high amount of teenage girls as fans. This did not bode well with CN, who cancelled the show ''[[http://io9.com/paul-dini-superhero-cartoon-execs-dont-want-largely-f-1483758317?utm_campaign=socialflow_io9_facebook&utm_source=io9_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow on the grounds that girls don't buy the same amount or type of merchandise that young boys do.]]''
** ''WesternAnimation/{{MAD}}'' has earned some older fans because of their references to movies and shows targeted towards teenagers and adults, their tendency to make jokes that feel naughtier than expected for children, and their connections to ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' (even though the show is said to be a redone version of the FOX show ''Series/{{MADtv}}'').
** ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' seemed to have developed a following of teenagers as well as adults, mostly because kids can't watch some of the more scary content stuck in some episodes.
** ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'': 95% of the humor flies right over the heads of children and/or isn't considered appropriate for kids to start with. Add to that its premise ("A CasanovaWannabe who sounds like Elvis Presley tries and fails at scoring with women") and the fact that this was one of Creator/SethMacFarlane's projects before ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' (in fact, Seth did a lot of kids' shows before he was hired by FOX to do ''Family Guy'', ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', and ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow'') and you start to wonder whether Creator/CartoonNetwork really intended this to be for kids (they didn't, but this was pre-Creator/AdultSwim era Cartoon Network, where the only adult things they had on the channel were old classic cartoon shorts, ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'', most of the anime they showed at the time [[note]]even if it was toned down to kids' show levels[[/note]], ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones''[[note]]since that was considered the first primetime animated show[[/note]]), and, in its ''really'' early days, ''WesternAnimation/WaitTillYourFatherGetsHome'' (which, back in the 1970s, was best described as ''Series/AllInTheFamily'' if it were animated --- and, these days, is seen as a prototypical version of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' and/or ''Family Guy'').
** ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' is known for its heavy amount of BlackComedy and GettingCrapPastTheRadar.
** ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'', nearly to the point of ''Billy and Mandy''.
* Rival network Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} also has this with its Nicktoons:
** Teenage and college age viewers make up a surprisingly big percentage of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' viewership (so much that it sometimes airs on MTV) ''[=SpongeBob=]'' is a well-written series, greatly assisted by occasional audience [[WatchItStoned chemical enhancement]] and the use of [[ParentalBonus jokes and concepts that intentionally go over younger viewers' heads]]. If you ever worked in fastfood like many teenagers and college students do you can relate to what Spongebob and Squidward go through at The Krusty Krab. Though that being said, later seasons have lead to a very BrokenBase, most will agree SeasonalRot has occurred, but to what lengths is what is debated on.
*** For some odd reason, the show also has many fans who are toddlers, due to tons merchandise aimed for toddlers, and the fact that it airs immediately after the Nick Jr. block. Several studies (and Nickelodeon themselves) have proven that the show is not for toddlers.
** ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'' was originally rated as U (all ages) or TV-Y7 for those in America, but the users of the commonsensemedia.com website rated it to be suitable for viewers above 13 years of age, due to its disturbing imagery (as provided by Creator/JohnKricfalusi) and gross-out humor. The show is ''very'' popular among adult animation nerds.
** ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' is a bit of a subversion. The idea was pitched to other networks before Nickelodeon picked it up. It was never exclusively meant for children in the beginning.
** The same can be said about SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra.'' To put it in perspective, the 1-hour series premiere had a 1.01 adults 18-49 rating out of its 4.5 million viewers, and another episode had almost 4.1 million total and a 1.13 adults 18-49 rating. Teenagers are also loving it as well, to the point where it's scheduled to start airing on Degrassi-loving TeenNick!
** It is worth pointing out that ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' is riddled to the brim with BlackComedy, meaning that the target demographic simply got traumatized.
** ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' started out mainly for children of elementary school age, but with its crazy characters, hilarious plots, and countless pop-culture references that [[ParentalBonus children would not understand]], it has become a huge hit with adults and adolescents. Creator Butch Hartman points out that a the success of a show intended for children can be measured by its popularity with older viewers.
** ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'' has a surprisingly large female fanbase, which is usually unheard of for superhero shows, as well as a decent number of anime fans. This can probably be explained due to the series' heavy anime-influence which is popular with both unintended demographics.
** ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom''. Intended for preteen boys, apparently, but the majority of fans tend to be female. And of the college age.
*** The show also enjoys a strong following amongst college/adult male cartoon fans who seem drawn to the female characters' often buxom designs. And they don't call them HartmanHips for nothing!
** Though not as big as the ones listed, ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' has a quite a big fanbase with teens and adults, due to its quirky feeling, stylized [[{{Retraux}} '40s styled backgrounds]], [[TechnologyPorn fluid animation]] and the [[{{Moe}} most]] [[BadassAdorable lovable]] RobotGirl ever graced on {{Nickelodeon}}. In one way [[FetishFuelStationAttendant or another.]]
** ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' was rather popular with adults during its run on both Nick and ABC, mainly from parents who wanted their kids to watch it.
** ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' kind of inverts this. It had a pretty big audience of the usual seven to eleven demographic, though earlier, Nick was trying to target the show towards teenagers (while still keeping it TV-Y7). The show was also had a solid adult fanbase as well.
** ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy'' has a bit of a fanbase in the FurryFandom. [[WorldOfFunnyAnimals No points for guessing why]].
** ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012'' has gained an audience in this manner fairly quickly. Much like the ''Series/PowerRangersSamurai'' example in Live Action TV, the show brought back the original theme song and RobPaulsen in a voice acting role as one of the Turtles; and the writers and animators have made the show more in line with the campy and colorful 1987 show. It also has gained a young adult and adult audience through its distinct take on the Turtles' origin story.
* The [[{{DCAU}} DC Animated Universe]] has some of the most intelligent, mature writing in Western Animation. So it's no surprise ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'', ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' and ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' have huge teen and adult fanbases. Including the comic book geeks who watch these out of sheer obligation.
* The intended audience of ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' was intended to be elementary and middle school age girls, but due to the show's [[FetishFuel fetishistic overtones]], the show has found its primary audience among college age males.
* Lots of people love ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'', many of them parents themselves.
** This is evidenced by its strong showing on fan-themed sites such as [[FanfictionDotNet Fanfiction.net]] where, as of October 2010, it registered over 7,000 posted stories, one of the largest listings in the Cartoon category. (A good proportion of them being LesYay {{slash fic}}s. And the writers are well aware of the popularity of these pairings.)
*** also this show is heavily prone to RuleThirtyFour, many of them Kim/Shego themed.
*** As well as by Disney's 2007 "Everything Kim Possible" marathon aired over several days virtually non-stop, well outside its intended "tween/teen girl" demographic hours.
* ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' has a target audience of 9-14 year old boys, but has its fair share of adult fans as well. These include MarvelComics readers who loved finding tough and relatively deep portrayals of their favorite characters, and even some likable re-interpretations of characters they had lukewarm or negative feelings about while reading the comics. The dynamic and well-animated action sequences also helped it earn older fans. Some people say this show boasts as many universally appeaing qualities as shows from the DCAU.
** The periphery demographic ultimately came back to bite the show in the ass. While it maintained relatively high ratings, most of the viewers were outside the show's target demo. Comparatively, the LighterAndSofter ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'' continues to be a BaseBreaker online, but did much better among the network's target demographic. As such, ''Earth's Mightiest Heroes'' has been cancelled, with ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' taking its place.
* Similarly, ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' was aimed at young and pre-teen boys, but is quite popular with teens and adults, given its great character reinterprataions and development, awesome script and voice acting, wonderful tributes to classic Spidey stories and lore, and the surprisingly large amount of GettingCrapPastTheRadar. It even holds a good following after its [[TooGoodToLast premature cancelation]].
** Really, most animated shows based off superhero comics end up getting a lot of older viewers, as often they follow the comics in having good characters and story arcs. The first ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' animated series was a similar case, as was ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution''. (it's often stated that out of the superhero animated shows, Evolution was the most popular with teenage girls) ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'' was the same way.
* As of August 1, 2012, ''WesternAnimation/WildKratts'' had approximately 200 listed tropes on its TV Tropes page, 80 fanfictions on Fanfiction.net, and roughly 57 members in the #Team-Wild Kratt group on Website/DeviantArt. That may seem small, but when you consider the fact that the show is marketed towards eight-year-olds and that some of the fanart and fanfictions rival the actual show in quality, you start to wonder.
** It's worth noting that there's a fandom on Tumblr, with too many members to count (myself being one), that pretty much grows daily. Heck, there's even a ''fan-made episode'' currently in production!
* ''WesternAnimation/DinosaurTrain'' is an educational show aimed at preschoolers, but because the science is so well presented ([[ArtisticLicensePaleontology unlike most dinosaur documentaries]]), it appeals to many older dinosaur enthusiasts.
** This particular dinosaur enthusiast actually learned far more about dinosaurs watching this than I did in school.
* ''WesternAnimation/PeepAndTheBigWideWorld'' is meant for preschoolers, but is well-liked by older audiences due to funny moments, good writing, and interesting characters.
* Near the end of ''WesternAnimation/BugsBunny and Tweety'''s run on Creator/{{ABC}}, the show was still receiving a respectable total number of viewers, mainly outside the 2-11 audience. It was only cancelled because their contract ran up, Creator/CartoonNetwork was airing most of the cartoons ''The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show'' was airing (with most offending scenes shown uncut and uncensored), and ABC by then was airing mostly Disney-based shows.
* This was largely the downfall of many WB Saturday morning cartoons, including ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}'': While older audiences would frequently tune in to watch the show on Saturday mornings, the younger audiences, towards whom the show's sponsors would try to advertise their products, weren't too interested, which lead to ''Freakazoid'''s demise.
** Same with ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', which has a huge fanbase of both younger and older fans, and lasted about the same as Animaniacs did.
** ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'' is pretty much an inversion, especially when they got their own spinoff on Sunday evenings. ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' for all its '''brilliant''' [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar adult humor]] and ParentService still had LOTS of slapstick and anvils dropping on people in every episode. And yes, Pinky's idiocy, catchphrases, and the show's occasional physical violence (against Pinky, usually) was there to keep the kids entertained. But practically everything the Brain said ([[MauriceLaMarche as well as the fact that the voice actor is doing]] OrsonWelles), AND the pop culture references, AND the often VERY scathing political and social commentary of the show, AND even the occasional TakeThat at the younger viewers, all possibly leads one to believe that the show was really a program for parents that kids would watch and not get 90% of what was going on (making the kids the Periphery Demographic). And even in Pinky's case, the "Are You Pondering What I'm Pondering?" exchanges eventually got extremely out of a child's comprehension. I for one wonder if the failed ''PinkyElmyraAndTheBrain'' spin-off was green-lit because [[ExecutiveMeddling some executive wanted to increase the kid viewership to a very smart, adult program by severely curtailing the adult appeal in favor of getting more young children watching the program]].
* ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales'' has fans who are neither children nor religious. The copious cultural-reference {{Parental Bonus}}es probably help.
** Similarly, ''WesternAnimation/ThreeTwoOnePenguins'', also created by Big Idea Productions.
* ''Little Howard's Big Question'' is an example of this, possibly due to "Big Howard" Howard Read being a rather excellent "grown up" stand-up comedian.
* ''WesternAnimation/JaneAndTheDragon'', which airs on cartoon blocks for elementary-schoolers, has a surprisingly broad demographic appeal. Well-developed characters, storylines that often dodge cliches, and sophisticated dialogue draw in viewers far older than the target audience. A lot of the comments for the Youtube videos say something to the effect of, "I'm [age way older than the target audience], and I love this show!"
* ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicRoundabout'' - Due to its short length and its position before the Six o'Clock News, there was a huge adult following, whom got into it just because they were waiting for the News to come on. So much so that when TheBBC moved it away from the News there was an outcry from the adult audience.
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' is ''extremely'' popular with {{Yaoi Fangirl}}s, if the amount of {{Slash}} fanfiction and fanart featuring its characters is any indication.
** [[HoYay/SouthPark Although, to be completely honest, the fangirls don't just get it from nowhere.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' has an audience with adults, but what do you expect from a kids' show that takes place in {{Hell}}?
* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has a very large teen and adult following due to [[ParentalBonus references that would go over the target audiences' heads]], similar to ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarepants'' (Which the creators had worked on earlier).
** Aren't you a little bit old to watch ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''? Common response: [[CatchPhrase Yes. Yes I am.]]
** This can be explained by the show's surprisingly clever writing, [[BetterThanABareBulb lampshadic nature]], almost constant ParentalBonus and [[ShoutOut references]] to things ''definitely'' not for kids, [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar a whole lot of crap going past the radar]], and the fact that pretty much every episode [[TropeOverdosed died of trope overdose.]]
** Plus, just like with every (or almost every) Disney cartoon, there are many female characters that the male viewers find hot, like Vanessa, Candace, and Stacey for example.
* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' has received a dedicated following of teens and adults, due to, among other things, Easter eggs and intricate plot details that may go unnoticed to the younger fans.
** Also, the style is very reminiscent of many 90's cartoons, which helps bring in fans who watched cartoons in that era.
* This is the entire motto AND modus operandi of TheHub. Knowing they couldn't beat the other major kids' networks with just kids watching, it's a veritable fountain of fun Periphery Demographic. Their crown jewel in this regard is ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''; see the Toys section.
* ''WesternAnimation/DaveTheBarbarian''. It was full of {{Parental Bonus}}es, so it's not surprising.
* ''ComicBook/{{WITCH}}'', a comic/cartoon about five girls with magical powers, has no small number of male fans, in part due to its gorgeous art (and ''not'' just in a sexual sense, either; it's essentially a series that ascends Disney fairy-tale art UpToEleven), and in part due to the way its characters, though predominantly female, are also very ''human''. The show took its appeal to the opposite gender even farther; while Blunk was [[TheScrappy not so liked]], [[WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}} Napoleon]] the [[HeyItsThatVoice talking]] cat was a big hit, to the point that it's sad his screen antics never ascended in the comics.
** That Creator/GregWeisman, the creator of ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'', had a hand in it really shows.
* Disney's ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' eventually succumbed thanks to this effect. Disney wanted to sell the show to 6-11 boys, but the writing and plots attracted 13-30 year old sci-fi fans. ExecutiveMeddling kicked in and fans ([[CanonDiscontinuity and the Comic Adaptation]]) ignored the third season.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' intentionally invoked this trope; it was marketed to kids, but was also intended for adults, with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and old pop culture references in nearly every episode. Yet, it had enough {{Slapstick}} and ToiletHumor alongside the ParentalBonus to keep the kiddies entertained, which is probably ''part'' of the reason it outlived many similar shows.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', despite being a kid show, attracted many older fans, from teenagers to the parents of the kids who were in the target audience. The show is full of jokes that the [[ParentalBonus target audience]] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar wouldn't]] [[GeniusBonus understand]] and has a nostalgic feel for those who remember being in elementary school. This pretty much caused it to be the SleeperHit that it is. And it's just getting bigger, now that the original target audience from the late 1990s are teens or adults and ''still'' enjoying the show.
** Apparently, it seemed as if ABC took note of this. Advertisements for ''Recess'' would often air during late night news showings or adult-oriented programing.
* Many teenagers watch shows like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' and ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', even though the shows were meant to be for adults only.
** Not just teenagers either. ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has actually won awards for best kids show and is watched by a significant amount of younger viewers. Same for ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' to some extent.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Cyberchase}}'' is enjoyed by many teenagers and adults who started watching it in the early 2000s.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus'' has gained a large amount of older fans, many of whom grew up with it.
** It's also popular among adults who work in or teach science, who are relieved to see a science-education show that actually gets things right most of the time.
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues'', despite being targeted at families with children between the ages of two and nine, is enjoyed by many preteens, teenagers and young adults, particularly those who grew up with it.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' and ''Anime/SailorMoon'' in their respective eras were both aimed at young girls but also had a male fanbase (which would later be revealed through the internet, because they wouldn't admit it as kids to their friends), the male fanbase having a crush on the lead female character (or another female character) of the respective show.
** And of course ''Jem'' has an extremely large CampGay following for obvious reasons.
* Intentionally invoked with ''WesternAnimation/WordGirl'', which just so happens to have writers from ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''.
* The Britt Allcroft era of ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' has a very large amount of adult and young adult fans, many of whom grew up with the shows and appreciate the realism and storylines of the earlier episodes. In spite of many NarratingTheObvious moments, the earlier episodes didn't believe that ViewersAreMorons and still treated them with respect.
** There are quite a few people that happily collect the train models too.
** Many autistic kids also like the show, as mentioned on the main page itself.
** Speaking of Britt Allcroft, one of her other shows, ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicAdventuresOfMumfie'', has a lot of teen and adult fans for the same reason. She even mentioned this in her letter on the official website.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'', despite being a show directed toward preteens, has a substantial teen and adult following. This is mainly due to some very smart writing that would go over most kids' heads (such as an entire episode based on WaitingForGodot).
** It's a show for preteens and kids, on networks solely for kids and it gets an episode that parodies various ComedyCentral(!) shows. Especially notable is the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' segment.
* This (and the fact it was not MerchandiseDriven) was what killed ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers''. Gaylord (one of the production companies) wanted to attract the 7-12 year old demographic, but the show's more mature tone and CharacterDevelopment attracted an audience of teenagers and young adults - [[MerchandiseDriven not the type who would beg parents for toys]]. Mix this with GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff (the series did better in Latin America, the UK, and Germany) and Gaylord wasn't going to touch the idea of a second season.
* Many a ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers Galaxy Rangers]]'' fan (then in their 20's and 30's) were also taping ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures'' for many of the same reasons they dug ''GR''.
* Some teenagers enjoy ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst'' because of its great music, great storylines, and the appearances of DisneyPrincesses in some episodes.
* On the topic of Disney Junior, a lot of babies love ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseClubhouse'' because of the big heads the characters have and their high-pitched voices. [[note]] Babies are naturally attracted to other babies, animals and humans with big heads-this is called baby schema.[[/note]]
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