History Main / NonMammalianHair

18th Mar '17 6:00:12 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Neopets}}'': Most characters from site events have some form of hair, regardless of what their species actually appears to be. To drive the point home, ''there is a fish with a beard'' and a ''penguin with black hair''.

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* ''{{Neopets}}'': ''{{Website/Neopets}}'': Most characters from site events have some form of hair, regardless of what their species actually appears to be. To drive the point home, ''there is a fish with a beard'' and a ''penguin with black hair''.
1st Mar '17 5:24:42 AM BulletproofLlama
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* ''WesternAnimation/RockADoodle'': Chanticleer and Goldie. In the case of Chanticleer, his "hair" is actually his comb (a fleshy structure found on the heads of rooosters) which in his case is shaped like a pompadour haircut colored black to resemble Elvis Presley.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RockADoodle'': Chanticleer and Goldie. In the case of Chanticleer, his "hair" is actually his comb (a fleshy structure found on the heads of rooosters) chickens, usually much larger on roosters) which in his case is shaped like a pompadour haircut colored black to resemble Elvis Presley.


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* Many of the chickens in ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun'' have combs resembling different hairstyles.
8th Feb '17 2:05:48 PM MrMediaGuy2
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* Toward the end of ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'', Kuzco is temporarily turned into both a tortoise and a hummingbird [[MorphicResonance with his hairstyle]] before being changed back into a llama.

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* Toward the end of ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'', Kuzco is temporarily turned into both a tortoise and a hummingbird parrot [[MorphicResonance with his hairstyle]] before being changed back into a llama.
30th Oct '16 1:55:04 PM SubbyP
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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). 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. 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.
13th Sep '16 4:09:27 PM Anddrix
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* Eliot, the dragon in ''Film/PetesDragon'' has hair; possibly not a straight example because Pete's song where he describes him claims that he's "both a fish and a mammal" (although Eliot certainly doesn't have any fish-like qualities).

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* Eliot, the dragon in ''Film/PetesDragon'' ''Film/PetesDragon1977'' has hair; possibly not a straight example because Pete's song where he describes him claims that he's "both a fish and a mammal" (although Eliot certainly doesn't have any fish-like qualities).
29th Aug '16 12:23:45 AM ectostar
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* Some of the female ducks in the ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse have "hair" on their heads in addition to feathers, while most of the male ducks just have white "feathers" that behave like hair, as in the case of Scrooge's whiskers. Gyro Gearloose does have "hair", though, and Gladstone Gander's curls seem to vary between being feathers and actually being colored blond, [[DependingOnTheArtist Depending On The Colorist]].\\
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Some male examples exist too. Ludwig von Drake has a fringe of hair, giving the impression that he's bald (but he has feathers on the top of his head!). [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flintheart_Glomgold_-_DuckTales.jpg Flinthart Glomgold]] has a very full beard.[[note]] Oddly, Glomgold only has a hairy beard in the animated series ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''; in [[http://coa.inducks.org/character.php?c=FLG&view=2 the comics.]][[/note]] It's the same color as his feathers.]] In ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', Launchpad [=McQuack=] has a red forelock peeking out from his aviator's cap; whether the rest of his head is drawn with hair or feathers varies from episode to episode.

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* Some of the female ducks in the ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse have "hair" on their heads in addition to feathers, while most of the male ducks just have white "feathers" that behave like hair, as in the case of Scrooge's whiskers. Gyro Gearloose does have "hair", though, and Gladstone Gander's curls seem to vary between being feathers and actually being colored blond, [[DependingOnTheArtist Depending On The Colorist]].\\
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Some male examples exist too. Ludwig von Drake has a fringe of hair, giving the impression that he's bald (but he has feathers on the top of his head!). [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flintheart_Glomgold_-_DuckTales.jpg Flinthart Glomgold]] has a very full beard.[[note]] Oddly, Glomgold only has a hairy beard in the animated series ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''; in [[http://coa.inducks.org/character.php?c=FLG&view=2 the comics.]][[/note]] ]] It's the same color as his feathers.]] [[/note]] In ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', Launchpad [=McQuack=] has a red forelock peeking out from his aviator's cap; whether the rest of his head is drawn with hair or feathers varies from episode to episode.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Octonauts}}'' episode where the team meets a spider crab, the one the team meets has an impressive grey mustache, in part to show that he's old (he mentions being on his way to his birthday party thrown by his children and grandchildren).

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Octonauts}}'' ''WesternAnimation/TheOctonauts'' episode where the team meets a spider crab, the one the team meets has an impressive grey mustache, in part to show that he's old (he mentions being on his way to his birthday party thrown by his children and grandchildren).
14th Aug '16 11:38:28 PM ThePocket
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* A number of monsters in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' that are recognizably based on real animals, such as Undyne (fish) and Bratty (aligator).
11th Aug '16 4:22:05 AM MiVaTh
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* ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'' 's [[LizardFolk Khameleon]] has long (semi-invisible, like the rest of her) hair. Interestingly, her male race-mates Reptile and Chameleon are either hairless or have a serious kase of [[HammerspaceHair kompressed hair]].
10th Jul '16 7:20:19 PM Pichu-kun
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* Tekno from ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' is a canary with green hair on her head.
17th Jun '16 8:51:51 AM 32_Footsteps
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Octonauts}}'' episode where the team meets a spider crab, the one the team meets has an impressive grey mustache, in part to show that he's old (he mentions being on his way to his birthday party thrown by his children and grandchildren).
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