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Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Also known as:
Home Planet: Earth
Home Era: 19th century
Appearances: DW: Attack of the Graske
Actor: Ben Oliver

An urchin boy begged for money on Christmas Day, 1869 after the orphanage he lived in burned down. An alien Graske stole him and replaced him with a Changeling. The Doctor, with help from you, destroyed the Changeling and brought the urchin back, with no memory of the previous events. (DW: Attack of the Graske)

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From Lostpedia

Animals have played important roles in the storyline of Lost.

Storyline occurrences

Animal Image Appearance and Role
Main article: Birds
Main article: Cats
  • Amira owns a cat. ("Enter 77")
  • Mikhail owns a cat named Nadia, after the gymnast Nadia Comaneci with whom he shares a birthday. ("Enter 77")
Main article: Cattle
Disambiguation page: Dog
Disambiguation page: Horse
Medusa Spiders
Main article: Medusa Spider
Main article: Moths
  • Locke compares Charlie's journey to quit his drug habit to a moth breaking free of its cocoon. ("The Moth")
  • Charlie sees a moth during the cave-in, which leads him to find the way out. ("The Moth")
Polar Bears
Main article: Polar Bears

In a baby-themed music video that Drive Shaft is shooting, there are stuffed polar bears in the crib. (Fire + Water) Michael gives young Walt a stuffed animal polar bear on his last meeting with him before he gave up custody.

Main article: Rabbits
Sea urchin
Main article: Sea urchin
Main article: Sharks
Main article: Frog
  • Sawyer is awoken one morning by the irritating cries of a frog, and searches the jungle, looking for it. ("One of Them")
  • It is inaccurately referred to on the show as a "tree frog."
Wild Boar
Main article: Wild Boar
  • Locke decides that the best way to procure food is to hunt boar, and leads Kate and Michael on a mission to find one. ("Walkabout")
  • Sawyer's tent is ransacked by a boar, and Sawyer believes that the animal has a vendetta against him. ("Outlaws")
  • Charlie and Locke come across a dead boar while looking for Eko. ("Further Instructions")
  • Miles finds a dead boar in the jungle. ("The Lie")
  • Locke brings a dead boar to the Others before his errand with Richard. (Follow the Leader)

Minor occurrences

Ben's Bugs
  • Locke said that when his foster sister Jeannie died, a Golden Retriever appeared which their mother believed was her daughter reincarnated. It stayed for five years, until the woman died, then disappeared. ("Outlaws")
  • Fish are depicted in the Mural. ("Man of Science, Man of Faith")
  • Animal-themed decorations are featured in The Staff's nursery, including a lion, zebra, and monkey. ("Maternity Leave")
  • Mr. Eko told a story about a boy who kills a dog, then worries about the existence of hell not because he is sorry, but because he is worried the dog he killed will be waiting for him there. ("Three Minutes")
  • Jack was shown the cartoon The Blue Danube, which features animals based on the folk tale "The Ugly Duckling". ("Every Man for Himself")
  • Juliet managed to impregnate a male field mouse. ("Not in Portland")
  • Pictures of orange fish and insects including a bee are featured in the Room 23 video. ("Not in Portland")
  • Ben has an insect collection in his home. ("One of Us")
  • A hamster is seen being held by a mysterious woman in Ben's painting at his house at the Barracks.
  • According to the commentary on the "On location" section of the Season 3 DVD, the tank in the Hydra Station where Jack was being kept prisoner, was used also for sharks and the dolphins that Juliet told Jack about in "A Tale of Two Cities". A dolphin is also seen in a child's drawing on one of the walls in the school. The dolphin in the picture is swimming with an unidentified girl in a pink swimsuit, along with some smaller fish, and the submarine. The picture is labeled, "Me and my fish".

Unanswered questions

Unanswered questions
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For fan theories about these unanswered questions, see: Animals/Theories
  • What is the significance of the various animals?

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010
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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.



Planet of origin


fftssfft,[1] also known by the Ewoks as "dandelion warriors" or as the "Urchins", were a semi-sentient species of plant-like beings found on the Forest Moon of Endor. They protected their farmlands with great ferocity, using the strange quills that covered their heads, as well as spears, long axes and long sickles, as weapons against intruders. The Ewoks of Bright Tree Village faced the Dandelion Warriors on occasion.

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  • Wicket and the Dandelion Warriors: An Ewok Adventure
  • Star Wars: Ewoks - "To Save Deej" (First appearance)


Notes and references

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