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* ''WhateleyUniverse'':

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* ''WhateleyUniverse'':''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'':
31st May '17 6:38:54 PM nombretomado
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* Teddy Altman from ''YoungAvengers'' is a [[NonhumanHumanoidHybrid Skrull-Kree hybrid]]; while his default form is that of a pink Kree (essentially a Caucasian human) his internal organs are those of a Skrull. It saves his life while being tortured, as during the vivisection, his internal organs kept rearranging themselves to avoid being cut even with Teddy being unconscious.

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* Teddy Altman from ''YoungAvengers'' ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers'' is a [[NonhumanHumanoidHybrid Skrull-Kree hybrid]]; while his default form is that of a pink Kree (essentially a Caucasian human) his internal organs are those of a Skrull. It saves his life while being tortured, as during the vivisection, his internal organs kept rearranging themselves to avoid being cut even with Teddy being unconscious.
30th May '17 1:39:18 PM thatother1dude
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* The inhabitants of Mewni from ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' are beings from AnotherDimension who look identical to humans from the outside, save for female in the royal family having {{Blush Sticker}}s with unusual shapes (for example, main protagonist Star's are heart-shaped and her mother's are diamond-shaped) which sometimes change to other shapes according to their emotion. Female (it's unknown if it's also the case for males) teenagers will go through a variant of puberty called "Mewberty", which causes them to become boy-crazy and eventually turn into purple-skinned moth people who will attempt to abduct any boy in sight until it passes, at which point they will return to their original form with only small wings as a reminder of the event. Men (a few of whom have been seen shirtless to confirm this) lack the wings. They can also survive decapitation and even have their severed head implanted on the neck of a ''horse'' with no apparent problems.

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* The inhabitants of Mewni from ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' are beings from AnotherDimension who look identical to humans from the outside, save for female in the royal family having {{Blush Sticker}}s with unusual shapes (for example, main protagonist Star's are heart-shaped and her mother's are diamond-shaped) which sometimes change to other shapes according to their emotion. Female (it's unknown if it's also the case for males) teenagers will go through a variant of puberty called "Mewberty", which causes them to become boy-crazy and eventually turn into purple-skinned moth people who will attempt to abduct any boy in sight until it passes, at which point they will return to their original form with only small wings as a reminder of the event. Men (a few of whom have been seen shirtless to confirm this) lack the wings. They can also survive One of them survived decapitation and even have their had his severed head implanted on the neck of a ''horse'' with no apparent problems.problems, but that might have involved magic.
19th May '17 11:52:22 AM thatother1dude
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* The inhabitants of Mewni from ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' are beings from AnotherDimension who look identical to humans from the outside, save for their females (or at least those in the royal family) having {{Blush Sticker}}s with unusual shapes (for example, main protagonist Star's are heart-shaped and her mother's are diamond-shaped) which sometimes change to other shapes according to their emotion. Female (it's unknown if it's also the case for males) teenagers will go through a variant of puberty called "Mewberty", which causes them to become boy-crazy and eventually turn into purple-skinned moth people who will attempt to abduct any boy in sight until it passes, at which point they will return to their original form with only small wings as a reminder of the event. Men (a few of whom have been seen shirtless to confirm this) lack the wings. They can also survive decapitation and even have their severed head implanted on the neck of a ''horse'' with no apparent problems.
* Most aliens in ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack'' are StarfishAliens, albeit Jeeb's unnamed species is identical to humans in every aspect other than their ability to regenerate any wound including the destruction of the head. In the series it's explain that this species do not breathe oxygen but does need it for the regeneration.

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* The inhabitants of Mewni from ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' are beings from AnotherDimension who look identical to humans from the outside, save for their females (or at least those female in the royal family) family having {{Blush Sticker}}s with unusual shapes (for example, main protagonist Star's are heart-shaped and her mother's are diamond-shaped) which sometimes change to other shapes according to their emotion. Female (it's unknown if it's also the case for males) teenagers will go through a variant of puberty called "Mewberty", which causes them to become boy-crazy and eventually turn into purple-skinned moth people who will attempt to abduct any boy in sight until it passes, at which point they will return to their original form with only small wings as a reminder of the event. Men (a few of whom have been seen shirtless to confirm this) lack the wings. They can also survive decapitation and even have their severed head implanted on the neck of a ''horse'' with no apparent problems.
* Most aliens in ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack'' are StarfishAliens, albeit but Jeeb's unnamed species is identical to humans in every aspect other than their ability to regenerate any wound including the destruction of the head. In the series it's explain that this species do not breathe oxygen but does need it for the regeneration.head, so long as they have oxygen.
17th May '17 7:50:19 PM nombretomado
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* ''UruseiYatsura'':

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16th May '17 4:16:43 PM nombretomado
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* The natives of ''TheTwelveKingdoms'' are apparently indistinguishable from Earth humans, but instead of reproducing "normally" they are born out of large fruit that grow on special trees. They ''can'' have sex, but it looks like it's for fun and not for reproduction.

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* The natives of ''TheTwelveKingdoms'' ''LightNovel/TheTwelveKingdoms'' are apparently indistinguishable from Earth humans, but instead of reproducing "normally" they are born out of large fruit that grow on special trees. They ''can'' have sex, but it looks like it's for fun and not for reproduction.
10th Apr '17 4:23:32 PM nombretomado
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* In SergeyLukyanenko's ''LordFromPlanetEarth'' trilogy, the entire galaxy is populated by HumanAliens, many of which look nearly indistinguishable from humans. In fact, the main character (a human) meets and later marries a woman from planet Tar, who easily passes for an Earthling. Other races have slight differences in external features, but may have radical differences internally. For example, Palians look like pale humans with elongated canines and yellowy eyes. They also exclusively consume blood and are sensitive to certain radiation emitted by yellow dwarf stars. Their visits to Earth resulted in the [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire]] myths. Another race has blue skin and is a lot less sensitive to extreme temperatures. The author explains it all with {{Panspermia}}, as all races in the galaxy but one are a product of seeding their homeworlds by the aptly-named [[{{Precursors}} Seeders]]. The various internal differences are simply the result of the same [=DNA=] evolving differently due to the various environments present on each planet. In fact, this forms the main plotline of the trilogy.

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* In SergeyLukyanenko's Creator/SergeyLukyanenko's ''LordFromPlanetEarth'' trilogy, the entire galaxy is populated by HumanAliens, many of which look nearly indistinguishable from humans. In fact, the main character (a human) meets and later marries a woman from planet Tar, who easily passes for an Earthling. Other races have slight differences in external features, but may have radical differences internally. For example, Palians look like pale humans with elongated canines and yellowy eyes. They also exclusively consume blood and are sensitive to certain radiation emitted by yellow dwarf stars. Their visits to Earth resulted in the [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire]] myths. Another race has blue skin and is a lot less sensitive to extreme temperatures. The author explains it all with {{Panspermia}}, as all races in the galaxy but one are a product of seeding their homeworlds by the aptly-named [[{{Precursors}} Seeders]]. The various internal differences are simply the result of the same [=DNA=] evolving differently due to the various environments present on each planet. In fact, this forms the main plotline of the trilogy.
5th Apr '17 7:44:48 PM TroperBeDoper
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21st Mar '17 11:44:55 PM TroperBeDoper
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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'' likes doing this. A typical Vulcan has a much larger "nonhydraulic" heart located where a human has his liver, copper-based green blood, nictating membranes in his eyes, a body temperature over 105 degrees Fahrenheit, and a standing pulse rate of over 200. (And [[MateOrDie Pon Farr]]! Who can forget the Pon Farr, from which a million [[SlashFic slashfics]] were born?) Klingons have evolved truly complex redundant biologies, making them next to invulnerable, though prone to many minor malfunctions. They also have [[AlienBlood thick, pink blood]], though we have seen otherwise, including in the theatrical version of ''Star Trek VI'', which introduced the idea (video releases restored a scene showing that the red-blooded Klingon was really a human wearing a mask). Kes, a very human-looking alien in ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', is shown in one episode giving birth through a sack in her back. There are certainly others.
** This is lampshaded in ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', where Koothrappali wonders out loud why no alien women ever told Captain Kirk to get his thing out of her nose.
** Humans ''do'' have the advantage of living ten times or so longer than Kes's race. Yay us.
*** And we have better hearing and tolerance to light than the Cardassians too, hurrah.
*** We see much better than the Vorta, but their hearing is much better than ours to compensate, and at least some of them are telekinetic. Also, they have a very limited sense of taste. Neener neener.
*** Humans also can withstand the cold better than the Klingons. It seems that Snowball beats Batleth!
** And the Trill are (two or) three species with separate degrees of this. The Trill symbionts are alien slugs that live for millennia. The humanoid Trill are, conveniently, fitted with a womb-like pouch inside the body that can bond with the symbiont Trill. When bonded, a Trill composed of a symbiont and a humanoid host now have one mind and one personality, to the extent that they are legally a brand new species. How the two species ever figured out that this could be done (it's not exactly the most obvious thing you'd think to do when meeting another intelligent life form) is unclear.

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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'' likes doing this. A typical Vulcan has a much larger "nonhydraulic" heart located where a human has his liver, copper-based green blood, nictating membranes in his eyes, a body temperature over 105 degrees Fahrenheit, and a standing pulse rate of over 200. (And And [[MateOrDie Pon Farr]]! Who can forget the Pon Farr, from which a million [[SlashFic slashfics]] were born?) Farr]] as well. Klingons have evolved truly complex redundant biologies, making them next to invulnerable, though prone to many minor malfunctions. They also have [[AlienBlood thick, pink blood]], though we have seen otherwise, including in the theatrical version of ''Star Trek VI'', which introduced the idea (video releases restored a scene showing that the red-blooded Klingon was really a human wearing a mask). Kes, a very human-looking alien in ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', is shown in one episode giving birth through a sack in her back. There are certainly others.
** This is lampshaded in ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', where Koothrappali wonders out loud why no alien women ever told Captain Kirk to get his thing out of her nose.
** Humans ''do'' have the advantage of living ten times or so longer than Kes's race. Yay us.
*** And we have better hearing and tolerance to light than the Cardassians too, hurrah.
*** We see much better than the Vorta, but their hearing is much better than ours to compensate, and at least some of them are telekinetic. Also, they have a very limited sense of taste. Neener neener.
*** Humans also can withstand the cold better than the Klingons. It seems that Snowball beats Batleth!
** And the
The Trill are (two or) three species with separate degrees of this. The Trill symbionts are alien slugs that live for millennia. The humanoid Trill are, conveniently, fitted with a womb-like pouch inside the body that can bond with the symbiont Trill. When bonded, a Trill composed of a symbiont and a humanoid host now have one mind and one personality, to the extent that they are legally a brand new species. How the two species ever figured out that this could be done (it's not exactly the most obvious thing you'd think to do when meeting another intelligent life form) is unclear.
11th Mar '17 10:48:10 AM nombretomado
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* In the decidedly more mature manga version of ''MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch'', mermaids can get drunk on anything carbonated.

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* In the decidedly more mature manga version of ''MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch'', ''Manga/MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch'', mermaids can get drunk on anything carbonated.
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