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* In ''Fanfic/NeitherABirdNorAPlaneItsDeku'', the narration of Krypton's destruction refers to Kal-El as his spaceship's "precious cargo", just as Moses' mother asks the river to flow gently for her "precious cargo", Moses.

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* In ''Fanfic/NeitherABirdNorAPlaneItsDeku'', the narration of Krypton's destruction refers to Kal-El as his spaceship's "precious cargo", just as Moses' mother asks the river to flow gently for her "precious cargo", Moses.Moses.

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*''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': In the episode "The Serpent's Pass." When Katara splits the waters of Full Moon Bay with her waterbending, the titular serpent's silhouette shows through the water in the same manner that a whale shark's did in the movie.


* In ''Fanfic/NeitherABirdNorAPlaneItsDeku'', the narration of Krypton's destruction refers to Kal-El as his spaceship's "precious cargo", just as how Moses' mother asks the river to flow gently for her "precious cargo", Moses.

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* In ''Fanfic/NeitherABirdNorAPlaneItsDeku'', the narration of Krypton's destruction refers to Kal-El as his spaceship's "precious cargo", just as how Moses' mother asks the river to flow gently for her "precious cargo", Moses.



In ''Fanfic/NeitherABirdNorAPlaneItsDeku'', the narration of Krypton's destruction refers to Kal-El as his spaceship's "precious cargo", just as how Moses' mother asks the river to flow gently for her "precious cargo", Moses.

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\n* In ''Fanfic/NeitherABirdNorAPlaneItsDeku'', the narration of Krypton's destruction refers to Kal-El as his spaceship's "precious cargo", just as how Moses' mother asks the river to flow gently for her "precious cargo", Moses.

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[[AC:Fan Works]]
In ''Fanfic/NeitherABirdNorAPlaneItsDeku'', the narration of Krypton's destruction refers to Kal-El as his spaceship's "precious cargo", just as how Moses' mother asks the river to flow gently for her "precious cargo", Moses.

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