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** ''Disney/TheLittleMermaidIIReturntotheSea'': Undertow the tiger shark can speak, which is confusing when you consider how Glut from the first film didn't speak.





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\n* ''Disney/TheLionKing'': During "I just can't wait to be king", crocodiles are shown singing, showing sapience equal to the other animals. Crocodiles are also shown sapient in ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard''. In ''Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride'' however, there is a scene where Kovu and Kiara are attacked by non sapient crocodiles.



* On the subject of Pete's wife: Most "people" in Disney comics are depicted as [[PettingZooPeople very anthropomorphic dogs]]. They have a black nose and (sometimes) floppy ears, but are otherwise human. Even real historical people (similar to ''Arthur''). Which makes Goofy even more confusing as he looks nothing like the other "dogs".

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* On the subject of Pete's wife: Most "people" in Disney comics are depicted as [[PettingZooPeople [[{{Dogfaces}} very anthropomorphic dogs]]. They have a black nose and (sometimes) floppy ears, but are otherwise human. Even real historical people (similar to ''Arthur''). Which makes Goofy even more confusing as he looks nothing like the other "dogs".


* Another Pixar example would be that aphid (which is treat like a pet dog to the ants) in ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife''. This is justified though, as ants have actually "domesticated" aphids in real life.

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* ** Another Pixar example would be that aphid (which is treat like a pet dog to the ants) in ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife''. This is justified though, as ants have actually "domesticated" aphids in real life.
*** A straighter example from that film, however, would be Thumper. Depending on how you view him, he's either the grasshoppers' insane thug, or their ''pet''. He acts much more animalistic-- specifically [[AllAnimalsAreDogs dog-]] [[RightHandAttackDog like]]-- than fellow grasshoppers Hopper and Molt, and it's unclear how intelligent he's supposed to be or what his relationship to them is. We do, however, get a scene in the outtakes where he's shown as an "actor" who can talk normally, so make of that what you will.


** Believe it or not, [[spoiler: The teaser for WesternAnimation/ToyStory4 ''actually addresses this''. The teaser introduces a new character in the form of "Forky"-- a random plastic fork who was turned into a toy by a kid who glued google eyes and pipe cleaners to him. As a result, he's conflicted about being a toy when he was previously not one.]].

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** Believe it or not, [[spoiler: The teaser for [[spoiler: WesternAnimation/ToyStory4 ''actually addresses this''. The teaser movie introduces a new character in the form of "Forky"-- a random plastic fork who was turned into a toy by a kid who glued google eyes and pipe cleaners to him. As a result, he's conflicted about being a toy when he was previously not one. Having only recently been given consciousness, he insists that he is still "just trash" and tries to throw himself away, which ends up setting off the movie's main conflict ]].



* ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'': Although all electronic devices are sapient (though the humans don't even realize this), the junkyard cars are all sapient as well, but at the beginning the appliances plan to ''use an old refrigerator'' mounted on a rolling chair as a mode of transportation to help find the Master. Taken in context, this would be like a group of people climbing inside a corpse. Furthermore, a sentient refrigerator is one of the appliances seen in the "It's A B-Movie Show" song.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'': Although all electronic devices are sapient (though the humans don't even realize this), and the junkyard cars are all sapient as well, but at the beginning the appliances plan to ''use an old refrigerator'' mounted on a rolling chair as a mode of transportation to help find the Master. Taken in context, this would be like a group of people climbing inside a corpse. Furthermore, a sentient refrigerator is one of the appliances seen in the "It's A B-Movie Show" song.


** Also in ''Goof Troop'', Goofy had a pet cat, and Pete had a pet dog. While Pete was originally a cat, his later appearances suggest he's a dog or maybe a wolf. And then there are a number of similar but separate characters existing in a number of mutually exclusive universes and a whole bunch of cartoon shorts that have NegativeContinuity anyway. There are even multiple Petes running around the ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' universe.

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** Also in ''Goof Troop'', Goofy had a pet cat, and Pete had a pet dog. While Pete was originally a cat, his later appearances suggest he's a dog or maybe a wolf. And then there are a number of similar but separate characters existing in a number of mutually exclusive universes and a whole bunch of cartoon shorts that have NegativeContinuity anyway. There are even multiple Petes running around the ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' universe.


** In the classic short ''Truant Officer Donald'', Huey, Dewey and Louie pranks Donald into thinking he'd accidentally burned them alive. They did this by fleeing their fort and placing their caps on the chickens they were roasting right before — suggesting they're not only fully aware that corpses of fellow fowl are sold as food, they're perfectly comfortable buying them at the store.

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** In the classic short ''Truant Officer Donald'', "WesternAnimation/TruantOfficerDonald", Huey, Dewey and Louie pranks Donald into thinking he'd accidentally burned them alive. They did this by fleeing their fort and placing their caps on the chickens they were roasting right before — suggesting they're not only fully aware that corpses of fellow fowl are sold as food, they're perfectly comfortable buying them at the store.


** Believe it or not, [[spoiler: The teaser for WesternAnimation/ToyStory4 ''actually addresses this''. The teaser introduces a new character in the form of "Forky"-- a random plastic fork who was turned into a toy by a kid who glued google eyes and pipe cleaners to him. As a result, he's conflicted about being a toy when he was previously not one.[[/spoiler]].

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** Believe it or not, [[spoiler: The teaser for WesternAnimation/ToyStory4 ''actually addresses this''. The teaser introduces a new character in the form of "Forky"-- a random plastic fork who was turned into a toy by a kid who glued google eyes and pipe cleaners to him. As a result, he's conflicted about being a toy when he was previously not one.[[/spoiler]].]].


* ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'': Although all electronic devices are sapient (though the humans don't even realize this), the junkyard cars are all sapient as well, but the Master's car isn't (probably because he is constantly using it all the time, considering if the aforementioned statement is actually true).

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'': Although all electronic devices are sapient (though the humans don't even realize this), the junkyard cars are all sapient as well, but at the Master's car isn't (probably because he is constantly using it all beginning the time, considering if appliances plan to ''use an old refrigerator'' mounted on a rolling chair as a mode of transportation to help find the aforementioned statement Master. Taken in context, this would be like a group of people climbing inside a corpse. Furthermore, a sentient refrigerator is actually true).one of the appliances seen in the "It's A B-Movie Show" song.


** Creator/DonRosa chimed in on this in a recent edition of ComicBook/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck where he defended the removal of a early Duck-pun by saying that as far as he is concerned, the Duck characters are in fact human beings who are ”caricatured” as looking like ducks in the comics, much like his Theodore Roosevelt in the same issue is drawn with a dog nose and four fingers.

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** Creator/DonRosa chimed in on this in a recent edition of ComicBook/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck where he defended the removal of a early Duck-pun by saying that as far as he is concerned, the Duck characters [[FurryLens are in fact human beings beings]] who are ”caricatured” as looking like ducks in the comics, much like his Theodore Roosevelt in the same issue is drawn with a dog nose and four fingers.



** ''Pooh's Heffalump Movie'' depicts several non-anthro rabbits, and in the skits shown during the closing credits, they are shown playing alongside the other Pooh characters, including Rabbit.

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** ''Pooh's Heffalump Movie'' depicts several non-anthro rabbits, and in the skits shown during the closing credits, they are shown playing alongside the other Pooh characters, including Rabbit. It should be noted that, unlike the above Piglet example, Rabbit doesn't have the "he's actually a toy" excuse--he's meant to be a living rabbit.


* Another Pixar example would be that aphid (which is treat like a pet dog to the ants) in ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife''.

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** Believe it or not, [[spoiler: The teaser for WesternAnimation/ToyStory4 ''actually addresses this''. The teaser introduces a new character in the form of "Forky"-- a random plastic fork who was turned into a toy by a kid who glued google eyes and pipe cleaners to him. As a result, he's conflicted about being a toy when he was previously not one.[[/spoiler]].
* Another Pixar example would be that aphid (which is treat like a pet dog to the ants) in ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife''. This is justified though, as ants have actually "domesticated" aphids in real life.


** Creator/DonRosa chimed in on this in a recent edition of ComicBooks/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck where he defended the removal of a early Duck-pun by saying that as far as he is concerned, the Duck characters are in fact human beings who are ”caricatured” as looking like ducks in the comics, much like his Theodore Roosevelt in the same issue is drawn with a dog nose and four fingers.

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** Creator/DonRosa chimed in on this in a recent edition of ComicBooks/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck ComicBook/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck where he defended the removal of a early Duck-pun by saying that as far as he is concerned, the Duck characters are in fact human beings who are ”caricatured” as looking like ducks in the comics, much like his Theodore Roosevelt in the same issue is drawn with a dog nose and four fingers.


** Creator/DonRosa chimed in on this in a recent edition of ComicBooks/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck where he defense the removal of a early Duck-pun by saying that as far as he is concerned, the Duck characters are in fact human beings who are ”caricatured” as looking like ducks in the comics, much like his Theodore Roosevelt in the same issue is drawn with a dog nose and four fingers.

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** Creator/DonRosa chimed in on this in a recent edition of ComicBooks/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck where he defense defended the removal of a early Duck-pun by saying that as far as he is concerned, the Duck characters are in fact human beings who are ”caricatured” as looking like ducks in the comics, much like his Theodore Roosevelt in the same issue is drawn with a dog nose and four fingers.


** Creator/DonRosa chimed in on this in a recent edition of Comics/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck where he defense the removal of a early Duck-pun by saying that as far as he is concerned, the Duck characters are in fact human beings who are ”caricatured” as looking like ducks in the comics, much like his Theodore Roosevelt in the same issue is drawn with a dog nose and four fingers.

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** Creator/DonRosa chimed in on this in a recent edition of Comics/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck ComicBooks/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck where he defense the removal of a early Duck-pun by saying that as far as he is concerned, the Duck characters are in fact human beings who are ”caricatured” as looking like ducks in the comics, much like his Theodore Roosevelt in the same issue is drawn with a dog nose and four fingers.


** Creator/DonRosa chimed in on this in a recent edition of Comics/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck where he defense the removal of a early Duck-pun by saying that as far as he is concerned, the Duck characters are in fact human beings who are ”caricatured” as looking like ducks, much like his Theodore Roosevelt in the same issue is drawn with a dog nose and four fingers.

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** Creator/DonRosa chimed in on this in a recent edition of Comics/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck where he defense the removal of a early Duck-pun by saying that as far as he is concerned, the Duck characters are in fact human beings who are ”caricatured” as looking like ducks, ducks in the comics, much like his Theodore Roosevelt in the same issue is drawn with a dog nose and four fingers.

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** Creator/DonRosa chimed in on this in a recent edition of Comics/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck where he defense the removal of a early Duck-pun by saying that as far as he is concerned, the Duck characters are in fact human beings who are ”caricatured” as looking like ducks, much like his Theodore Roosevelt in the same issue is drawn with a dog nose and four fingers.

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