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20th Mar '18 11:44:39 AM AgProv
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* Most cavalry figures sold for wargaming and tabletop games follow this trope; the designers of scale model horses used in otherwise flawless reproductions of real-world cavalry can come in exquisitely modelled detail of uniforms, tack, accoutrements, et c, on otherwise perfectly proportioned scale horses - but you'd look in vain for anything much going on under the tail, even on reproductions of great cavalry generals who, history assures us, rode whole and intact stallions. For modelling purposes (possibly since many figure sets are sold as "toys" for children), they are reduced to riding geldings.

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* Most cavalry figures sold for wargaming and tabletop games follow this trope; the designers of scale model horses used in otherwise flawless reproductions of real-world cavalry can come in exquisitely modelled detail of uniforms, tack, accoutrements, et c, on otherwise perfectly proportioned scale horses - but you'd look in vain for anything much going on under the tail, even on reproductions of great cavalry generals who, history assures us, rode whole and intact stallions. [[note]]Alexander the Great's mighty stallion Bucephalos is a typical example of a stallion gelded for figure sets[[/note]] For modelling purposes (possibly since many figure sets are sold as "toys" for children), they are reduced to riding geldings.
20th Mar '18 11:40:09 AM AgProv
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* Most cavalry figures sold for wargasming and tabletop games follow this trope; the designers of scale model horses used in otherwise flawless reproductions of real-world cavalry can come in exquisitely modelled detail of uniforms, tack, accoutrements, et c, on otherwise perfectly proportioned scale horses - but you'd look in vain for anything much going on under the tail, even on reproductions of great cavalry generals who, history assures us, rode whole and intact stallions. For modelling purposes (possibly since many figure sets are sold as "toys" for children), they are reduced to riding geldings.

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* Most cavalry figures sold for wargasming wargaming and tabletop games follow this trope; the designers of scale model horses used in otherwise flawless reproductions of real-world cavalry can come in exquisitely modelled detail of uniforms, tack, accoutrements, et c, on otherwise perfectly proportioned scale horses - but you'd look in vain for anything much going on under the tail, even on reproductions of great cavalry generals who, history assures us, rode whole and intact stallions. For modelling purposes (possibly since many figure sets are sold as "toys" for children), they are reduced to riding geldings.
20th Mar '18 11:39:05 AM AgProv
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* Most cavalry figures sold for wargasming and tabletop games follow this trope; the designers of scale model horses used in otherwise flawless reproductions of real-world cavalry can come in exquisitely modelled detail of uniforms, tack, accoutrements, et c, on otherwise perfectly proportioned scale horses - but you'd look in vain for anything much going on under the tail, even on reproductions of great cavalry generals who, history assures us, rode whole and intact stallions. For modelling purposes (possibly since many figure sets are sold as "toys" for children), they are reduced to riding geldings.
17th Mar '18 3:18:57 AM EdnaWalker
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* Downplayed with ''Film/HomeOnTheRange'', where the cows' udders are almost never seen.

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* Downplayed with ''Film/HomeOnTheRange'', ''Disney/HomeOnTheRange'', where the cows' udders are almost never seen.
4th Mar '18 6:11:15 PM Pichu-kun
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* Infamously averted in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', at least with a certain giant armadillo.

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
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Infamously averted in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', averted, at least with a certain giant armadillo.armadillo.
** Played straight with other animals, such as Kiba's dog Akamaru



* Mostly played straight, but the anus part of this trope is sometimes averted with Chi from ''Manga/ChisSweetHome''

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* ''Manga/ChisSweetHome'':
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Mostly played straight, but the anus part of this trope is sometimes averted with Chi from ''Manga/ChisSweetHome''Chi.



* Downplayed(?) in ''Anime/WolfsRain''. The males have a slight flap/bump where their penis would be [[https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS7Y5mEZo0XmHBqx6gkphqMnbiRn0nIPBPlINowBgSC5a05IcmsIA]], but it's nowhere near as big nor does it look like a canine penis. Blue, meanwhile, merely has a stomach bump [[https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTKTsExHoXUCfpYkZDiN12WEdloU8nP_7wFnE6cpGaxARPZgKugZQ]]. Played straight with vulvas, teats, and anuses; though.

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* Downplayed(?) Downplayed (?) in ''Anime/WolfsRain''. The males have a slight flap/bump where their penis would be [[https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS7Y5mEZo0XmHBqx6gkphqMnbiRn0nIPBPlINowBgSC5a05IcmsIA]], but it's nowhere near as big nor does it look like a canine penis. Blue, meanwhile, merely has a stomach bump [[https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTKTsExHoXUCfpYkZDiN12WEdloU8nP_7wFnE6cpGaxARPZgKugZQ]]. Played straight with vulvas, teats, and anuses; though.



* Dogs in ''Manga/MassuguNiIkou'' have anuses but not genitalia.



* ZigZaggingTrope in ''Literature/WatershipDown''. Although the dogs are anatomically correct, the bucks are generally not drawn with anything showing no matter how close the camera comes. With dogs, on the other hand, it's quite obvious.
** TruthInTelevision, male rabbits are very hard to distinguish from female rabbits, the differences in the two sexes' external genitalia are very subtle.

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* ZigZaggingTrope in ''Literature/WatershipDown''. Although the dogs are anatomically correct, the bucks are generally not drawn with anything showing no matter how close the camera comes. With dogs, on the other hand, it's quite obvious.
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obvious. TruthInTelevision, male rabbits are very hard to distinguish from female rabbits, the differences in the two sexes' external genitalia are very subtle.



* Poor Bruce from ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'' was originally animated with prominent claspers, as would be appropriate for a shark his size. Obviously they didn't make it to the final version.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'':
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Poor Bruce from ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'' was originally animated with prominent claspers, as would be appropriate for a shark his size. Obviously they didn't make it to the final version.
12th Jan '18 5:34:01 AM DesiredUsernameTaken
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': Averted in some episodes, where anuses of the FunnyAnimal cast can be seen.
10th Dec '17 10:53:53 PM xxFalconArasxx
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* ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheRound'' has the Mad Tiger enemy, which when knocked into the air is revealed to have a sizeable pair of balls.

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* ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheRound'' has the Averted in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheRound''. There is a Mad Tiger enemy, which when knocked into the air is revealed to have a sizeable pair of balls.



* Partial aversion in ''VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia''. Repede has a visible sheath, but no testes, and other dogs, as well as the monsters, are noticeably lacking in the downstairs attributes.

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* Partial Possible partial aversion in ''VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia''. Repede has a visible very small protrusion between his legs that appears to be a sheath, but no testes, and other sign of testes or anus. Artwork of Repede's posterior may also suggest this is just a tuft of fur [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/aselia/images/1/19/Repede_%28ToLink%29.png/revision/latest?cb=20170812055044]]. Other dogs, as well as the monsters, are noticeably lacking in the downstairs attributes.
18th Oct '17 8:44:25 AM 64SuperNintendo
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[[folder: Myths & Religion]]

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[[folder: Myths & and Religion]]
8th Oct '17 8:15:23 PM sgamer82
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* In the anime version of ''Literature/UchoutenKazoku'', tanuki in their animal form are distinctly lacking the attributes that define them in other depictions.

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* In the anime version of ''Literature/UchoutenKazoku'', ''Literature/TheEccentricFamily'', tanuki in their animal form are distinctly lacking the attributes that define them in other depictions.
14th Jul '17 7:39:17 AM Snicka
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* In the 1933, 1938, and 1976 versions of ''Film/KingKong'', Kong had no nipples.

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* In the 1933, 1938, and 1976 versions of ''Film/KingKong'', Kong had no nipples.nipples (nor visible genitalia, but that's TruthInTelevision about male gorillas, who have very small penises).
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