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19th Sep '17 12:17:10 PM schoi30
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** Crocodilians are also portrayed as being able to stick their tongues out of their mouths. Alligators can do this to some degree, but crocodiles cannot as their tongues are fused to the roof of their mouths.

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** * Crocodilians are also portrayed as being able to stick their tongues out of their mouths. Alligators can do this to some degree, but crocodiles cannot as their tongues are fused to the roof of their mouths.
19th Sep '17 12:10:19 PM schoi30
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** Crocodilians are also portrayed as being able to stick their tongues out of their mouths. Alligators can do this to some degree, but crocodiles cannot as their tongues are fused to the roof of their mouths.
21st Aug '17 2:14:14 PM schoi30
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** Alligators are often drawn with narrower jaws than those of real alligators, often shaped more like a crocodile's.

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** Alligators are often drawn with narrower jaws than those of real alligators, often shaped more like a crocodile's. On the other hand, some species of crocodiles have wider or narrower jaws than others, but it depends on where they live in.
21st Aug '17 2:10:12 PM schoi30
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** Conversely, constrictor snakes are often portrayed as being toothless or lacking visible teeth. Anacondas, boas, and pythons actually have a row of sharp needle-like teeth that point backwards and are used for gripping onto prey.

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** Conversely, constrictor snakes are often portrayed as being toothless or at least lacking visible teeth. Anacondas, boas, and pythons actually have a row of sharp sharp, needle-like teeth that point backwards and are used for gripping onto prey.
21st Aug '17 2:07:50 PM schoi30
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** Conversely, constrictor snakes are often portrayed as being toothless or lacking visible teeth. Anacondas, boas, and pythons actually have a row of sharp needle-like teeth that point backwards and are used for gripping onto prey.
10th Jul '17 11:22:52 AM schoi30
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* Vampire bats often suffer the same problem as pterosaurs: being depicted as bipedal instead of quadrupedal like in real life.

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* Vampire bats Bats in fiction often suffer the same problem as pterosaurs: being depicted as bipedal instead of quadrupedal like in real life.life. They will also sometimes lack the thumb on their wings or have three small fingers similar to a pterosaur.
21st Jun '17 12:26:52 PM BunnyStar
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* AppropriateAnimalAttire
10th Jun '17 7:57:28 PM PrincessPandaTrope
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SubTrope of ArtMajorBiology.

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SubTrope of ArtMajorBiology.
ArtMajorBiology. May result in InformedSpecies.


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* The anthropomorphic fish in ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'' have legs, to make them more anthropomorphic.
6th Jun '17 3:17:26 PM Sugao
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* An orange tomcat with black ears in one ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' cartoon has an unusually long muzzle for a small cat and a muzzle shape that would be more appropriate for a lion.

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* An orange tomcat with black ears in one ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' cartoon has an unusually long muzzle for a small cat and a muzzle shape that would be more appropriate for a lion. Not to mention, ''tom''cats are generally either orange ''or'' black, due to having only one X chromosome (females are normally the only calicos, barring point mutations and polyploidy).
11th May '17 8:23:53 PM albertonykus
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* Ruminants are almost always depicted with upper incisors, even though they lack these in real life.
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