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“It stood motionless for a moment and then it leapt away.”
“What does the horsie say? Neigh, neigh!”
“See those tracks? A herd of deer came through here.”
“I woke up this morning to the smell of coffee and the sound of birds chirping.”
“She was a stray that I took in.”
“You know, bats are actually good to have around 'cuz they keep the mosquitos in check.”
“I saw a whole herd of deer leap across the road.”
“We've been toying with the idea of raising our own chickens.”
“Look at the size of those teeth! Man, I wouldn't want to come across one of those out in the wild.”
“Their natural habitat is being destroyed, little by little.”
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