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6th Dec '17 3:58:26 AM EdnaWalker
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* ''Disney/RobinHood'': Sir Hiss appears to have three strands of hair sticking out from underneath his hat.

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* ''Disney/RobinHood'': Sir Hiss appears to have three strands of hair sticking out from underneath his hat.hat as well as a few ruffles of fur on his cheeks.
3rd Dec '17 7:21:50 PM Gamermaster
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* ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'': Both Tohru's father and Lucoa have manes in their dragon forms.

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* ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'': Both Tohru's father and Lucoa have manes in their dragon forms. Dragonewt's semi-humanoid form also has hair closer to what you'd expect for a human.
3rd Dec '17 3:49:38 PM Gamermaster
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* ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'': Both Tohru's father and Lucoa have manes in their dragon forms.
25th Oct '17 6:12:03 PM SomberCaelifera
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* The Cardassians of ''Franchise/StarTrek'' all have a full head of shiny black hair, despite the rest of them being scaly (though armadillos are also mammals with scales). It's thick, clumpy, and feather-like, but it's still hair. The humanoid chameleons known as the Jem'Hadar also have something that appears to be a black ponytail hidden behind their ceratopsid-like bony crests, though some sources claim it's actually some sort of fiberoptic cable, since their entire race are cyborg SuperSoldiers. The Klingons are also sometimes described as being some sort of reptile, but this is far from consistent.

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* The Cardassians of ''Franchise/StarTrek'' all have a full head of shiny black hair, despite the rest of them being scaly (though armadillos are also mammals with scales). It's thick, clumpy, and feather-like, but it's still hair. They can also [[NonhumanHumanoidHybrid hybridize with at least two conventionally mammalian humanoid species,]] and [[NonMammalMammaries the females have breasts.]] The humanoid chameleons known as the Jem'Hadar also have something that appears to be a black ponytail hidden behind their ceratopsid-like bony crests, though some sources claim it's actually some sort of fiberoptic cable, since their entire race are cyborg SuperSoldiers. The Klingons are also sometimes described as being some sort of reptile, but this is far from consistent.
1st Aug '17 2:14:04 PM Theriocephalus
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* The [[FearsomeCrittersOfAmericanFolklore Fur-Bearing Trout]], is a [[FearsomeCrittersOfAmericanFolklore fearsome critter]] from U.S. and Icelandic folklore. The American tale would have it as a breed of trout that supposedly grew a thick coat of fur to ward off the cold, while the Icelandic version is a poisonous fish sent to swarm rivers as a punishment for human wickedness. The legend is thought to have originated as a result of certain parasitic molds that infect fish and make them seem to have grown hair or fur.

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* The [[FearsomeCrittersOfAmericanFolklore Fur-Bearing Trout]], Trout]] is a [[FearsomeCrittersOfAmericanFolklore fearsome critter]] from U.S. and Icelandic folklore. The American tale would have it as a breed of trout that supposedly grew a thick coat of fur to ward off the cold, while the Icelandic version is a poisonous fish sent to swarm rivers as a punishment for human wickedness. The legend is thought to have originated as a result of certain parasitic molds that infect fish and make them seem to have grown hair or fur.
1st Aug '17 2:13:38 PM Theriocephalus
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* The [[FearsomeCrittersOfAmericanFolklore Fur-Bearing Trout]].

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* It is common for Asian dragons, who are more or less universally described as great reptilian serpents, to be depicted with furry manes and whiskers.
* The [[FearsomeCrittersOfAmericanFolklore Fur-Bearing Trout]].Trout]], is a [[FearsomeCrittersOfAmericanFolklore fearsome critter]] from U.S. and Icelandic folklore. The American tale would have it as a breed of trout that supposedly grew a thick coat of fur to ward off the cold, while the Icelandic version is a poisonous fish sent to swarm rivers as a punishment for human wickedness. The legend is thought to have originated as a result of certain parasitic molds that infect fish and make them seem to have grown hair or fur.



** The Falleen reptilian humanoid species from the has a full head of hair. ''The Essential Guide to Alien Species'' [[LampshadeHanging notes that this is unusual]], however.

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** The Falleen are a reptilian humanoid species from the has a who have full head heads of hair. ''The Essential Guide to Alien Species'' [[LampshadeHanging notes that this is unusual]], however.



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23rd Jul '17 5:02:20 PM Abodos
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** And since the orks use hair squigs as humans would use hair dcorations, they never understand why we never want to include them in trade deals.

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** And since the orks use hair squigs as humans would use hair dcorations, decorations, they never understand why we never want to include them in trade deals.



** The [[BirdPeople Rito]] in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' have tufts of hair and the occasional beard, frequently braided.

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** The [[BirdPeople Rito]] in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' have tufts of hair and the occasional beard, frequently braided. Some of the female Rito even have "earrings" that are actually held up in circled-up strands of hair.
3rd Jul '17 7:13:28 PM HarpieSiren
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* The ''[[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]]'' series does this if a female member of an otherwise assumed to be all-male species is introduced (Kammy and Koopie in the ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' series, for example). Bowser also has hair, as do many of his sons (perhaps ironically, his daughter doesn't, although she does have eyelashes). A few characters have mustaches.

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* The ''[[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]]'' series does this if a female member of an otherwise assumed to be all-male species is introduced (Kammy and Koopie in the ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' series, for example). Bowser also has and his son have hair, as do many of his sons (perhaps ironically, his daughter the Koopalings, who may or may not be related (ironically enough, Wendy doesn't, although she does have eyelashes). A few characters have mustaches.
23rd Jun '17 3:20:12 PM BulletproofLlama
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*** Notably in WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse, she sports a long ponytail.
8th Jun '17 8:47:23 PM Abodos
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* [[WiseTree The Great Deku Tree]] in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' has big eyebrows and a [[BadassMoustache very remarkable moustache]].

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':
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[[WiseTree The Great Deku Tree]] in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' has big eyebrows and a [[BadassMoustache very remarkable moustache]].moustache]].
** The [[BirdPeople Rito]] in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' have tufts of hair and the occasional beard, frequently braided.
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