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WTF!

I was so baffed at first as to what i was watching.

Madness.

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if it's real, that's hard, but that could have been done in post production.

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Guest haze-e

if it's real, that's hard, but that could have been done in post production.

Quuuuay too perfect.

Must be gas.

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rah...

Squrtle used bubblebeam - underwater

and lol @ the way it takes the prey under the rock

allow being a cannibal though.

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the rugby tackle that took the young buffalo into the water >>>>>>.

allow bein half hearted, if they weren't gonna do sh*t, what did they go all that way for?

and their formation was wrong from the beginning. the lions were all in one place, could at least try flank them or something.

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of course

but watching david attenborough's wildlife specials makes me marvell at things what go on in this world like whales when they migrate even the way how fish reproduce and how other animal prey on them and their eggs and the solutions they use to get around these problems

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Guest Wheres Wally

how have i never seen this before? f*ck*ng amazing...

lol at the afrikaan dude in the background :lol:

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nothin special, i've seen certain heads change their skin on a casual

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pistol shrimp is gully, some irl hadouken

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