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Topic Started: Mar 16 2011, 02:45 PM (828 Views)
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Before you post a topic here, please check the species in Accepted Species and this topic. Make your animal fit with the ecosystems, don't make a creature for the sake of making one.

And no more platypi!

A couple of other things

Crocodiles are not extinct.
Big cats, such as leopards, jaguars, lions and presumably tigers, are.
Edited by SIngemeister, Mar 16 2011, 05:20 PM.
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