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20th May '16 11:50:06 AM TVRulezAgain
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* ''{{Shrek}}''

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* ''{{Shrek}}''''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}''
30th Jan '16 11:25:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* Each Species in ''{{Ironclaw}}'' has one or two Natural Senses, but no more; when using those senses, they can include their Species Trait in their Observation roll. Some Species have Gifts that improve those sense even further (Keen Eyes, Keen Ears, Keen Nose), or provide exotic sensory abilities like Echolocation.

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* Each Species in ''{{Ironclaw}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Ironclaw}}'' has one or two Natural Senses, but no more; when using those senses, they can include their Species Trait in their Observation roll. Some Species have Gifts that improve those sense even further (Keen Eyes, Keen Ears, Keen Nose), or provide exotic sensory abilities like Echolocation.
10th Jan '16 3:12:52 AM SparkyLurkdragon
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* Much is made of how dogs and foxes perceive things through their noses in ways humans can barely understand in ''Literature/TheFoxAndTheHound'', but Copper the dog's eyesight is so bad that he seems to consider clear colour vision a Mysterious Human Sense.
16th Nov '15 5:29:24 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' and ''{{Rugrats}}'' also use odd visual filters when using an animal's POV on occasion.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' and ''{{Rugrats}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' also use odd visual filters when using an animal's POV on occasion.
10th Oct '15 10:47:01 PM Sharlee
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While many animals ''do'' have interesting and novel abilities, they also lack some of the senses humans consider to be mundane - tri-chromatic vision most obviously (but not exclusively). No single animal has all the nifty keen abilities you
saw on that one DiscoveryChannel special.

See also SuperSenses, SpiderSense and AnimalEyes. Compare SenseFreak. Super-awesome animal-like senses are often employed as one of the reasons why OurElvesAreBetter (PettingZooPeople as well) and the lack of those makes humans PunyEarthlings in comparison.

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While many animals ''do'' have interesting and novel abilities, they also lack some of the senses humans consider to be mundane - tri-chromatic vision most obviously (but not exclusively). No single animal has all the nifty keen abilities you
you saw on that one DiscoveryChannel special.

See also SuperSenses, SpiderSense and AnimalEyes. Compare SenseFreak. Super-awesome animal-like senses are often employed as one of the reasons why OurElvesAreBetter (PettingZooPeople as well) PettingZooPeople [[OurElvesAreBetter are better]], and the lack of those makes humans PunyEarthlings in comparison.
comparison.

An animal-specific subtrope of BizarreAlienSenses.
14th Apr '15 11:09:41 AM nombretomado
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* In ''DarwinsSoldiers'', Dr. Kerzach, a anthropomorphic cassowary has pretty much no sense of smell.

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* In ''DarwinsSoldiers'', ''Roleplay/DarwinsSoldiers'', Dr. Kerzach, a anthropomorphic cassowary has pretty much no sense of smell.
22nd Mar '15 7:12:26 AM TheUnsquished
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* In ''KevinAndKell'', it's occasionally mentioned that Kell (a wolf) is color-blind, and characters are frequently shown perceiving the world primarily through scent.

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* In ''KevinAndKell'', ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'', it's occasionally mentioned that Kell (a wolf) is color-blind, and characters are frequently shown perceiving the world primarily through scent.
12th Feb '15 8:53:02 PM Kartoonkid95
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "Brian Writes a Bestseller", Brian blasts Stewie for messing up his order.
-->'''Brian:''' I said no green [=M&Ms=]. They're ''all'' grey.
31st Jan '15 11:35:03 PM FortunateKitsune
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While many animals ''do'' have interesting and novel abilities, they also lack some of the senses humans consider to be mundane - tri-chromatic vision most obviously (but not exclusively). No single animal has all the nifty keen abilities you saw on that one DiscoveryChannel special.

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While many animals ''do'' have interesting and novel abilities, they also lack some of the senses humans consider to be mundane - tri-chromatic vision most obviously (but not exclusively). No single animal has all the nifty keen abilities you you
saw on that one DiscoveryChannel special.




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** However, it's later revealed that all Bowman's Wolves are ''extra'' colour blind, as a result of the 'Uplifting' modifications. Your average dog can see light and dark blue well enough to tell the difference, so presumably wolves and other canines can.
11th Dec '14 8:48:38 PM zarpaulus
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* Any [[PettingZooPeople Vector]] in ''TabletopGame/HcSvntDracones'' can develop their sense of smell as a skill, but they can't track or identify someone's mood by scent without [[BioAugmentation genetic reclamation surgery]]. And any other weird animal sense requires Surgery too.
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