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Turn up the music, turn off the lights, and prepare to be sufficiently spooked. For Today’s Call of the Wild, Naturalist David Mizejewski from the National Wildlife Federation joins the Fourth Hour ladies and Regis Philbin to tell them about some creepy-looking wild critters that aren’t actually all that bad.

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It took more than that, although he was a scary little chap. Cow's ten times as big as Katie Cottontail, but she's just as scary.

by Taylor Sheridan, an official selection of the Premieres program at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

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The London-based four-piece are interviewed in our new issue – Q355 on sale now in print and on digital – and they address the fearsome reputation their band has garnered via a series of exhilarating yet uncompromising live shows.

Asked by Q’s Dorian Lynskey if Savages are “intimidating”, frontwoman Jehnny Beth declares with a laugh: “I hope so! ” She also shares former Bad Seed Mick Harvey‘s view of the band. I like scary.” “I get that sense a lot,” says Savages guitarist Gemma Thompson of his verdict.

Related to Rated G For Gangsta, Mean Character, Nice Actor (the music section in particular) and Dark Is Not Evil.

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