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Video: Reptiles as heroes rather than villains?

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It's something sadly not as commonly seen as other heroic anthropomorphic animal characters, but animator Lightsen's recent project Lizard Cops showcases reptiles as heroes rather than villains.


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It isn’t animated, but Ursula Vernon’s “Danny Dragonbreath” children’s series has as supporting characters Wendell Elwood the iguana, Christiana Vanderpool the lizard, and Suki the salamander. They’re good-guy characters. Eddie Drueding’s “Arraborough” adult series (two novels so far) has cousins Slick and Slither Snake as two of the good guys (although I still can’t envision a snake walking down the street), and Tust Turtle as another. Are reptiles (other than dragons like Smaug) really villains more often than heroes?

Fred Patten

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