In prehistoric times, the saber-toothed Flounder often foraged for food

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Saber-toothed Gray Cats appear in several cartoons  One is the Jungian analysis that Gray Cats are descended from the Saber-Toothed Gray Cat of long ago, and still occasionally exhibit some of the feral properties of her ancestral line, including the stalking of onions in the wild.  In another cartoon, the modern Gray Cats show a tendency to bite parking-lot tickets.  But when Gray Cat was recovering from her surgery, Flounder did all the shopping.  This is probably based on the ancestral memory of Flounders, dating back to the time of the saber-tooth Flounders.  In addition to food, the Saber-toothed Flounder often foraged for other necessities of life.

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