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21st Nov '16 6:36:09 PM schoi30
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* The alligators of ''WesternAnimation/SittingDucks'' have underbellies that match the color of their skin. Also, while their snouts are correctly shaped, their teeth are hidden inside their mouths instead of having only the upper teeth sticking out (with the exception of one upper fang).

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* The alligators of ''WesternAnimation/SittingDucks'' have underbellies that match the color of their skin. Also, while their snouts are correctly shaped, their teeth are hidden inside their mouths instead of having only the upper teeth sticking out (with the exception of one upper fang).
21st Nov '16 6:35:46 PM schoi30
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* The alligators of ''WesternAnimation/SittingDucks'' have underbellies that match the color of their skin. Also, while their snouts are correctly shaped, their teeth are hidden inside their mouths instead of having only the upper teeth sticking out.

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* The alligators of ''WesternAnimation/SittingDucks'' have underbellies that match the color of their skin. Also, while their snouts are correctly shaped, their teeth are hidden inside their mouths instead of having only the upper teeth sticking out.out (with the exception of one upper fang).
6th Nov '16 8:38:47 PM schoi30
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* It's a recurring joke in cartoons for animals, walking upright, being [[NonhumansLackAttributes mysteriously devoid of any genitalia whatsoever]] (especially with males). In a similar way, cartoon animals almost always lack an anus, even when it should be clearly visible below the tail.

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* It's a recurring joke in cartoons for animals, walking upright, being [[NonhumansLackAttributes [[AnimalsLackAttributes mysteriously devoid of any genitalia whatsoever]] (especially with males). In a similar way, cartoon animals almost always lack an anus, even when it should be clearly visible below the tail.
16th Oct '16 4:47:36 PM schoi30
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* [[ArtisticLicensePaleontology Many prehistoric animals are portrayed inaccurately.]] For example, many theropods are portrayed having pronated hands when the palms actually faced each other like a person about to clap, plant-eating dinosaurs are shown having elephantine feet when this wasn't the case in real life, [[RaptorAttack feathered dinosaurs like Velociraptor are shown as being covered in scales]], [[PteroSoarer pterosaurs are shown as bipedal when actually they were quadrupeds]], and plesiosaurs are depicted with snake-like necks instead of rigid necks with limited flexibility. In many cases, this can be because [[ScienceMarchesOn the information was not available at the time.]]

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* [[ArtisticLicensePaleontology Many prehistoric animals are portrayed inaccurately.]] For example, many theropods are portrayed having pronated hands when the palms actually faced each other like a person about to clap, plant-eating dinosaurs are shown having elephantine feet when this wasn't the case in real life, [[RaptorAttack feathered dinosaurs like Velociraptor are shown as being covered in scales]], [[PteroSoarer pterosaurs are shown as bipedal when actually they were quadrupeds]], and plesiosaurs are depicted with snake-like necks instead of rigid necks with limited flexibility.flexibility, and mammoths will be all be portrayed as woolly regardless of species. In many cases, this can be because [[ScienceMarchesOn the information was not available at the time.]]
16th Oct '16 4:41:26 PM schoi30
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* [[ArtisticLicensePaleontology Many prehistoric animals are portrayed inaccurately.]] For example, many theropods are portrayed having pronated hands when the palms actually faced each other like a person about to clap, plant-eating dinosaurs are shown having elephantine feet when this wasn't the case in real life, [[RaptorAttack feathered dinosaurs like Velociraptor are shown as being covered in scales]], [[PteroSoarer pterosaurs are shown as bipedal when actually they were quadrupeds]], and plesiosaurs are depicted with snake or swan-like necks instead of rigid necks with limited flexibility. In many cases, this can be because [[ScienceMarchesOn the information was not available at the time.]]

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* [[ArtisticLicensePaleontology Many prehistoric animals are portrayed inaccurately.]] For example, many theropods are portrayed having pronated hands when the palms actually faced each other like a person about to clap, plant-eating dinosaurs are shown having elephantine feet when this wasn't the case in real life, [[RaptorAttack feathered dinosaurs like Velociraptor are shown as being covered in scales]], [[PteroSoarer pterosaurs are shown as bipedal when actually they were quadrupeds]], and plesiosaurs are depicted with snake or swan-like snake-like necks instead of rigid necks with limited flexibility. In many cases, this can be because [[ScienceMarchesOn the information was not available at the time.]]
16th Oct '16 4:38:54 PM schoi30
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* Cartoon parrots, toucans, and woodpeckers will always be drawn with feet that have three claws in the front and a fourth in the back, instead of two claws in the front and two in the back.

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* Cartoon parrots, toucans, woodpeckers, and woodpeckers cuckoos will always be drawn with feet that have three claws in the front and a fourth in the back, instead of two claws in the front and two in the back. Alternatively, they may have two toes in front and only one in the back.
16th Oct '16 4:32:57 PM schoi30
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** Much like rabbits, cartoon rodents such as squirrels and chipmunks are often drawn with noses looking like cat noses or dog noses.

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** Much like rabbits, cartoon rodents such as squirrels and chipmunks are often drawn with noses looking more like cat noses or dog noses.noses. Particularly squirrels and chipmunks, which both have noses looking not much different than those of rabbits.
16th Oct '16 4:28:44 PM schoi30
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** Much like rabbits, squirrels and chipmunks are often drawn with noses looking like cat noses or dog noses. Real squirrels and chipmunks have noses that are somewhat similar-looking to a rabbit's nose.

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** Much like rabbits, cartoon rodents such as squirrels and chipmunks are often drawn with noses looking like cat noses or dog noses. Real squirrels and chipmunks have noses that are somewhat similar-looking to a rabbit's nose.noses.
16th Oct '16 4:27:21 PM schoi30
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* Anteaters and aardvarks tend to have mouths at the base of their snouts, instead of at the tip.

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* Anteaters and aardvarks tend to have mouths at the base of their snouts, instead of at the tip. Their snouts will also be flexible like an elephant's trunk.
16th Oct '16 4:26:41 PM schoi30
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* Cartoon praying mantises will always be drawn with their front legs ending in sickles, usually lacking the feet at the end.
* Leeches are usually drawn with a LampreyMouth, even though real leeches have a much less pronounced mouth.

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* Cartoon praying mantises will always be drawn with their front legs ending in sickles, at the sickle-like tibia, usually lacking the feet at the end.
* Leeches are usually drawn with a LampreyMouth, even though real leeches have a much less pronounced mouth. Alternatively, they may have a sucker-like mouth instead.
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