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The plural "animals" alerted Evey to the second tiger.

Did you know that some languages don't regularly use plurals for their nouns? They basically function like the English word "sheep." One sheep, two sheep, five million sheep. Imagine that happening with virtually every noun. One circus, two circus, five million circus.

But don't assume English is so high and mighty when it comes to grammatical number. A few languages actually have a dual (two) form of nouns.

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