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* In ''ComicBook/TraggAndTheSkyGods'', Lorn, the first modern woman, is a redheaded hottie in a FurBikini with artfully tousled hair, perfect skin and no body hair. It seems alien manipulation of your DNA can perform miracles.


A young woman from prehistory or a primitive tribal culture [[CostumeTropes depicted as]] a ravishingly sexy bombshell (according to the general beauty standards of the audience), even if circumstances make that unlikely and/or her appearance wouldn't be considered attractive by her contemporaries.

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A young woman from prehistory or a primitive tribal culture [[CostumeTropes depicted as]] a ravishingly sexy bombshell (according to the general beauty standards of the audience), modern audiences, even if circumstances make that unlikely and/or her appearance wouldn't be considered attractive by her contemporaries.


[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The overall interpretation of prehistoric humans, the typical example of a "savage", is based on RealLife hunter-gatherer tribes, virtually all of whom live in isolation and/or deteriorating biomes and thus are largely forced to stay in one place[[note]]which invites the proliferation of disease and parasites[[/note]].

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[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The overall interpretation of prehistoric humans, the typical example of a "savage", is based on present day RealLife hunter-gatherer tribes, virtually all of whom live in isolation and/or deteriorating biomes and thus are largely forced to stay in one place[[note]]which invites the proliferation of disease and parasites[[/note]].
parasites as well as further degradation by the people themselves[[/note]]. And even they are not as unhygienic.


[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The overall interpretation of prehistoric humans, the typical example of a "savage" is based on RealLife hunter-gatherer tribes, virtually all of whom live in isolation andor deteriorating biomes and thus are largely forced to stay in one place[[note]]which invites the proliferation of disease and parasites[[/note]].

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[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The overall interpretation of prehistoric humans, the typical example of a "savage" "savage", is based on RealLife hunter-gatherer tribes, virtually all of whom live in isolation andor and/or deteriorating biomes and thus are largely forced to stay in one place[[note]]which invites the proliferation of disease and parasites[[/note]].


[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The overall interpretation of prehistoric humans, the typical example of a "savage" is based on RealLife hunter-gatherer tribes, virtually all of whom live in deteriorating biomes and thus are largely forced to stay in one place[[note]]which invites the proliferation of disease and parasites[[/note]].

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[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The overall interpretation of prehistoric humans, the typical example of a "savage" is based on RealLife hunter-gatherer tribes, virtually all of whom live in isolation andor deteriorating biomes and thus are largely forced to stay in one place[[note]]which invites the proliferation of disease and parasites[[/note]].


[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The overall interpretation of prehistoric humans is based on RealLife hunter-gatherer tribes, virtually all of whom live in deteriorating biomes and thus are largely forced to stay in one place[[note]]which invites the proliferation of disease and parasites[[/note]].

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[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The overall interpretation of prehistoric humans humans, the typical example of a "savage" is based on RealLife hunter-gatherer tribes, virtually all of whom live in deteriorating biomes and thus are largely forced to stay in one place[[note]]which invites the proliferation of disease and parasites[[/note]].


[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The typical "savage" are not as unhygienic as usually believed and they were unlikely to be short because food does not have a large influence on height.

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[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The typical "savage" overall interpretation of prehistoric humans is based on RealLife hunter-gatherer tribes, virtually all of whom live in deteriorating biomes and thus are not as unhygienic as usually believed largely forced to stay in one place[[note]]which invites the proliferation of disease and they were unlikely to be short because food does not have a large influence on height.
parasites[[/note]].


[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The typical savage are not as unhygienic as usually believed and they were unlikely to be short because food does not have a large influence on height.

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[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The typical savage "savage" are not as unhygienic as usually believed and they were unlikely to be short because food does not have a large influence on height.


Of course, if you'll watch a National Geographic-type documentary, you'll quickly see that women in cultures removed from civilization, [[NationalGeographicNudity while often topless]], do not generally resemble Hollywood models.[[note]]Prehistoric woman in RealLife looked more like the Hulk due to lifestyle alone[[/note]]

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Of course, if you'll watch a National Geographic-type documentary, you'll quickly see that women in cultures removed from civilization, [[NationalGeographicNudity while often topless]], do not generally resemble Hollywood models.[[note]]Prehistoric woman in RealLife looked more like the Hulk due to lifestyle alone[[/note]]


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[[ScienceMarchesOn Science marches ever onward]] though, becoming a little TruthInTelevision. The typical savage are not as unhygienic as usually believed and they were unlikely to be short because food does not have a large influence on height.



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* ''Film/ShandraTheJungleGirl'' is a FurBikini cladwild woman dwelling in a Sothe American jungle, who is sexually irresistible to men.



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* The Queen in ''Film/HeartOfDarkness1958'' is a downplayed version. She isn't really used for visual {{Fanservice}}, but she is intended to be attractive to both Marlow and the audience even though the rest of her tribe are portrayed as grotesque HollywoodNatives.

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DistaffCounterpart of HandsomeHeroicCaveman and TarzanBoy.


Of course, if you'll watch a National Geographic-type documentary, you'll quickly see that women in cultures removed from civilization, [[NationalGeographicNudity while often topless]], do not generally resemble Hollywood models.

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Of course, if you'll watch a National Geographic-type documentary, you'll quickly see that women in cultures removed from civilization, [[NationalGeographicNudity while often topless]], do not generally resemble Hollywood models.
models.[[note]]Prehistoric woman in RealLife looked more like the Hulk due to lifestyle alone[[/note]]


* Cadet Danni from ''Webcomic/AloneTogether'' has been abandoned and forgotten on a tropical island. She reasons that wearing her Imperial Army uniform every day will ruin it, so she ultimately fashions an outfit from a {{sarashi}} and a thong. Danni is conscious that she looks like "some kind of tropical savage," which her society would frown upon, but she's practical enough to keep herself alive on that tiny, sun-baked island for more than a year.



* Cadet Danni from ''Webcomic/AloneTogether'' has been abandoned and forgotten on a tropical island. She reasons that wearing her Imperial Army uniform every day will ruin it, so she ultimately fashions an outfit from a {{sarashi}} and a thong. Danni is conscious that she looks like "some kind of tropical savage," which her society would frown upon, but she's practical enough to keep herself alive on that tiny, sun-baked island for more than a year.

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