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A Brazilian animated Webseries about the life and adventures of Cueio, a small rabbit who can transform into a humanoid version of himself. Almost all other characters are also small animals that turn into humanoids, except for Primo (Cousin), who's a human. It lasted 20 episodes and was posted in the YouTube channel Gato Galactico, by Ronaldo de Azevedo.

The series got a 3D reboot aimed for children, named Turma do Cueio.

This series provides examples of:

  • All of the Other Reindeer: Cueio affirms Primo is made fun of at the school (he's never been seen there, though).
  • Anthropomorphic Food: Pudim Amassado (smashed pudding), and Bolachinha Voa-Voa (fly-fly cookie).
  • Breather Episode: The Halloween and Anniversary specials released in 2014, during the shadow arc. Seeing how Primo doesn't have his glasses broken, they're most likely non-canon.
  • Catchphrase: "Oi Cueio" (Hi Cueio), said in the beggining of episodes by Primo.
  • CloudCuckoolander: Primo.
  • Color-Coded Characters:
    • Cueio = Red
    • Vaco = Blue
    • Tigui = Yellow
    • Lagarto = Dark Green
    • Cuguja = Green
    • Lobi = Grey
    • Pantela = Purple
    • Legendary Bovine = Black
  • Continuity Creep: It was episodic in the earliest videos. It started getting continuity since Primo's glasses were broken and stayed like that until the end.
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  • Covert Pervert: Primo, apparently. He has a folder in his computer with Lenny's face ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°), which normally has sexual meaning.
  • Darker and Edgier: And how. The first episode is about Cueio punching Primo over a cassava he was eating. The last episode is about Cueio's depression and how he deals with it.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: Cueio and Vaco, although they actually already knew each other but Cueio just didn't remember it.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": All animals' names are those of their species, but intentionally misspelled. For example, "Cueio" is "Coelho" (rabbit). "Vaco" is the male of "Vaca" (cow), which would actually be "bull" but Rule of Funny.
  • Food Songs Are Funny: Primo's "Pudding in Love" song.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Cueio to Vaco.
  • Perpetual Smiler: Primo, and when we say it, we mean it. He never stops smiling even when getting punched by Cueio, scolding him, or even telling him to get over his depression (the shadow).
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  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Most characters in the show are small, cute animals who can transform into huge, muscular anthropomorphized versions of themselves.
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  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Cueio, though normally he's more of Beware the Quiet Ones. Played fully straight in the last episode.
  • The Rival: Largato to Vaco.
  • Series Finale: The last episode involves Cueio getting over his depression, represented by a shadow who possesses him.
  • The Stoic: Cueio always has a serious face.
  • Stout Strength: Primo is fat and with one touch, took Cueio and Gulila town effortlessly.


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