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Re:Laser's History Lesson
« Reply #30 on: October 26, 2004, 09:48:34 am »
So most bears have the same model and nature only changes textures, palette and the underlying AI... smart thing to save some memory.

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Re:Laser's History Lesson
« Reply #31 on: October 26, 2004, 02:06:22 pm »
Well, they have the same latin genus and special names. The difference is environmental - their living habitats, etc - and the extra latin definition that Fallout pointed out earlier.

As a test I want you, Ankle, to go out there and catch a male Brown and a female Grizzly and then stick them in a cage together. They may try to rip one anothe'rs throats at first (just like any relationshp) but just you watch them get intimate ;)

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Re:Laser's History Lesson
« Reply #32 on: October 26, 2004, 02:08:48 pm »
And if they do neither, get a pair of earmuffs and find a Spice Girls album and speakers, that'll get them going ;D

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Re:Laser's History Lesson
« Reply #33 on: October 27, 2004, 12:30:02 am »
Well, they have the same latin genus and special names. The difference is environmental - their living habitats, etc - and the extra latin definition that Fallout pointed out earlier.

As a test I want you, Ankle, to go out there and catch a male Brown and a female Grizzly and then stick them in a cage together. They may try to rip one anothe'rs throats at first (just like any relationshp) but just you watch them get intimate ;)
If by catch you mean shoot full of tranquillizers and stick in a cage together, fine. But I'm not watching Bears mating :P
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