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Gratuitous Randomness: Adorable animals of war

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General William Sherman once said that "war is hell" -- but what he should have said is "war is hellarious. Or at least it is when adorable animals are all dressed up and cute. Because anthropomorphizing our fellow inhabitants of the animal kingdom is one of the strangest things humans as a species do -- and because it's Wednesday, the day that we bring you the best of our weird internetz world in a series of random images related to whatever topic we happen to come up with -- here you go: 11 images of animals... of war.

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