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Did anyone notice that Tutu...?

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    Britameranese

    [1]Dec 30, 2006
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    Did anyone realize that she is the only main animal character (one that appears more than once) that DOES NOT SPEAK? I just realized it a minute ago.
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    SilverBlackWolf

    [2]Feb 3, 2007
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    Wow. I never thought of that strange.
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    agent_0042

    [3]Feb 19, 2007
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    Yeah, that is interesting. But when you think about it, this show has an unusual mix of anthropomorphic characters. Little Bear and his family live and act a lot like humans, but they are still bears. And then you have Little Bear's friends, who live out in the wild and act a lot more like animals. But they can still talk and have concerns sometimes that are human-like. And in an unusual move, the anthropomorphic characters actually co-exist with humans.
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    huffyduffy

    [4]Jun 16, 2007
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    agent_0042 wrote:
    Yeah, that is interesting. But when you think about it, this show has an unusual mix of anthropomorphic characters. Little Bear and his family live and act a lot like humans, but they are still bears. And then you have Little Bear's friends, who live out in the wild and act a lot more like animals. But they can still talk and have concerns sometimes that are human-like. And in an unusual move, the anthropomorphic characters actually co-exist with humans.

    that very true.I have notice that as well.
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