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Bunny vs Monkey 1: Let the Mayhem Begin

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If you go down to the woods today, you're sure of a big - MECHANICAL MOLE TANK?! Wait, that doesn't sound right...Prepare for chicken zeppelins, the PIG-O-TRON 5000, the indestructible Action Beaver, a squirrel with a passion for baking and loads more! This is good vs evil. Science vs nature. This is BUNNY VS MONKEY!

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