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17th Feb '17 11:47:25 AM schoi30
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* Similar to the above, mammalian snouts are commonly portrayed as simply noses with a normal mouth underneath. This is especially common with pig snouts or dog muzzles.

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* ** Similar to the above, mammalian snouts are commonly portrayed as simply noses with a normal mouth underneath. This is especially common with pig snouts or dog muzzles.



* 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. Anteaters will also be portrayed with much larger ears than in real life, possibly due to being confused with aardvarks.

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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. Anteaters will also be portrayed with much larger ears than in real life, large ears, possibly due to being confused with aardvarks.
15th Feb '17 9:15:55 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, feathered dinosaurs like ''[[RaptorAttack Velociraptor]]'' are shown as being covered in scales, [[PteroSoarer pterosaurs are shown as bipedal when actually they were quadrupeds]], plesiosaurs are depicted with snake-like necks instead of rigid necks with limited 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.]]

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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, feathered dinosaurs like ''[[RaptorAttack Velociraptor]]'' are shown as being covered in scales, [[PteroSoarer pterosaurs are shown as bipedal and scaly when actually they were quadrupeds]], quadrupeds covered in hair-like pycnofibres]], plesiosaurs are depicted with snake-like necks instead of rigid necks with limited 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.]]
15th Feb '17 8:41:16 PM schoi30
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* Cartoon octopuses and squids often have a siphon on each side of their heads as if they are ears. Real cephalopods only have a single siphon. In Japanese media they will have their siphon placed between their eyes as if it was some sort of tube-like mouth.

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* Cartoon octopuses and squids often have a siphon on each side of their heads as if they are ears. Real cephalopods only have a single siphon. In Japanese media they will have their siphon placed between underneath their eyes as if it was some sort of tube-like mouth.



* [[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]], plesiosaurs are depicted with snake-like necks instead of rigid necks with limited 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.]]

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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 ''[[RaptorAttack Velociraptor]]'' are shown as being covered in scales]], scales, [[PteroSoarer pterosaurs are shown as bipedal when actually they were quadrupeds]], plesiosaurs are depicted with snake-like necks instead of rigid necks with limited 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.]]
15th Feb '17 8:37:11 PM schoi30
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* Cartoon octopuses often have a siphon on each side of their heads as if they are ears. Real octopuses only have a single siphon. In Japanese media they along with squids will have their siphon placed between their eyes as if it was a tube-like mouth.

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* Cartoon octopuses and squids often have a siphon on each side of their heads as if they are ears. Real octopuses cephalopods only have a single siphon. In Japanese media they along with squids will have their siphon placed between their eyes as if it was a some sort of tube-like mouth.
15th Feb '17 8:35:19 PM schoi30
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* Cartoon octopuses often have a siphon on each side of their heads as if they are ears. Real octopuses only have a single siphon. In Japanese media they will have their siphon placed between their eyes as if it was a tube-like mouth.

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* Cartoon octopuses often have a siphon on each side of their heads as if they are ears. Real octopuses only have a single siphon. In Japanese media they along with squids will have their siphon placed between their eyes as if it was a tube-like mouth.
15th Feb '17 8:34:30 PM schoi30
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** Octopuses almost always will have faces -- complete with CartoonyEyes -- placed on their huge foreheads. As a result, what appears to be a real octopus' mouth [[VaginaDentata becomes a cartoon octopus' anus!]] In Japanese media they'll have a stereotypical tube-like mouth which is supposedly the siphon.

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** Octopuses almost always will have faces -- complete with CartoonyEyes -- placed on their huge foreheads. As a result, what appears to be a real octopus' mouth [[VaginaDentata becomes a cartoon octopus' anus!]] In Japanese media they'll have a stereotypical tube-like mouth which is supposedly the siphon.anus!]]



* Cartoon octopuses often have a siphon on each side of their heads as if they are ears. Real octopuses only have a single siphon.

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* Cartoon octopuses often have a siphon on each side of their heads as if they are ears. Real octopuses only have a single siphon. In Japanese media they will have their siphon placed between their eyes as if it was a tube-like mouth.
15th Feb '17 8:31:45 PM schoi30
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** Octopuses almost always will have faces -- complete with CartoonyEyes -- placed on their huge foreheads. In Japanese media they'll have a stereotypical tube-like mouth which is supposedly the siphon. As a result, what appears to be a real octopus' mouth [[VaginaDentata becomes a cartoon octopus' anus!]]

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** Octopuses almost always will have faces -- complete with CartoonyEyes -- placed on their huge foreheads. In Japanese media they'll have a stereotypical tube-like mouth which is supposedly the siphon. As a result, what appears to be a real octopus' mouth [[VaginaDentata becomes a cartoon octopus' anus!]]anus!]] In Japanese media they'll have a stereotypical tube-like mouth which is supposedly the siphon.
15th Feb '17 8:31:10 PM schoi30
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** Octopuses almost always will have faces -- complete with CartoonyEyes -- placed on their huge foreheads. Sometimes they'll also have a stereotypical tube-like mouth which is supposedly the siphon. As a result, what appears to be a real octopus' mouth [[VaginaDentata becomes a cartoon octopus' anus!]]

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** Octopuses almost always will have faces -- complete with CartoonyEyes -- placed on their huge foreheads. Sometimes In Japanese media they'll also have a stereotypical tube-like mouth which is supposedly the siphon. As a result, what appears to be a real octopus' mouth [[VaginaDentata becomes a cartoon octopus' anus!]]
15th Feb '17 8:29:56 PM schoi30
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** Octopuses almost always will have faces -- complete with CartoonyEyes -- placed on their huge foreheads. Sometimes they'll also have a stereotypical tube-like mouth. As a result, what appears to be a real octopus' mouth [[VaginaDentata becomes a cartoon octopus' anus!]]

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** Octopuses almost always will have faces -- complete with CartoonyEyes -- placed on their huge foreheads. Sometimes they'll also have a stereotypical tube-like mouth.mouth which is supposedly the siphon. As a result, what appears to be a real octopus' mouth [[VaginaDentata becomes a cartoon octopus' anus!]]
15th Feb '17 8:27:47 PM schoi30
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* Many cartoon hippos are drawn with blunter square or marshmallow-shaped canines that sometimes protrude out of the mouth instead of being hidden underneath lips.

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* Many cartoon hippos are drawn with blunter square or marshmallow-shaped canines that sometimes protrude out of the mouth instead of being hidden underneath lips.
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