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Welp, geese have teeth on their tongues Off-Topic Discussion... It's over. Geese tongue teeth. That is one pleased looking dinosaur. Or bird, whatever. EDIT: Gah!
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Canada Geese are not popular. They were imported from North America in 1665 because they look good, settled in, bred, and have become a bit too numerous for comfort.
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