>Actually, I'd go with six or seven. That's a good number; it means
>Korra replaces one about twenty years or so, which would be on the low
>side for a polar bear that has someone to care for it in it's
>infirmity but on the high side for a dog, so it evens out.
I have no intention of allowing this to turn into a conference about the mathematics of polar bear dog generations, but I will just note that there is sometimes overlap. She only has one right now, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's always the case.
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