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So, for example, when she says ‘I want to help you, there must be some way to break the curse’, she sounds about as passionate and committed as someone ordering a skinny cinnamon latte, to go.The curse, as if I need to tell you, has been visited upon a badly behaved prince by a sorceress, and cannot be lifted until he is ready to love and be loved.This is largely rooted from the tragedy from her mother's death, evident and indicated from her outburst toward her therapist.This traumatic event has left Catherine fragile emotionally in regards with what happen to her mother.Austin Blanch@austinblanch tweeted saying: 'Yhink it's appa. I could be wrong.'While another Twitter user, J Flow, said: 'It's that creature from The Neverending Story.'John Paul Garcia suggested the beast may be similar to a supposed half-whale half-polar bear creature that washed up in Margate, South Africa, on 25 October 1924, which was nicknamed Trunko.'Globster/Trunko right? However, the beast is actually a 20 foot long whale carcass, local scientists have said.The body of the whale, which weighs approximately 2,000 kilograms, is believed to have turned white due to an advanced stage of decomposition.Her toughness, courage, and fearlessness serve her well on the job as a detective in pursuit of criminals, but also during Vincent's transformations.Catherine is able to maintain a calm and level head in these heated situations.
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The huge white hairy beast is thought to have come ashore following a recent earthquake.
Several unusual sea creatures have been washing up on the shores of the tropical islands following the deadly quake on Sunday.
Images of the creature have since gone viral online, with several people offering up their suggestions as to what the monster could be.
Several suggested that the beast could be Appa, a fictional character from the Nickelodeon animated television series Avatar: The Last Airbender. Globster is the name given to an unidentified organic mass that washes up on the shoreline of an ocean or other body of water.