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* Herbivorous mammals with horizontal pupils can rotate their eyes so that they are always horizontal regardless of how the animal's head is positioned.


* Played Straight in the infamous Levis Twisted to Fit Ad and is one of those rare cases where it also falls under LosingYourHead and DetachmentCombat. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pc4gwCVT4F4 Here is the Video.]]

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* Played Straight in the infamous Levis Twisted to Fit Ad and is one of those rare cases where it also falls under LosingYourHead and DetachmentCombat. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pc4gwCVT4F4 com/watch?v=ieYRLtnIFvg Here is the Video.]]


* Tails of the ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' series can rotate his two tails as if they were an airplane prop in order to fly. And never gets them tangled. Ever.

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* Tails of the ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'' series can rotate his two tails as if they were an airplane prop in order to fly. And never gets them tangled. Ever.

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* Archie in ''Literature/HalcyonPark'' can easily hyperextend his military-grade cybernetic arm at nearly every joint. He uses this more than once to quietly identify himself as modified without drawing unwanted attention.


* The creatures in ''Film/{{Splinter}}'' exhibit this trait, largely because their victims become PuppetPeople.

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* The creatures in ''Film/{{Splinter}}'' exhibit this trait, largely because their victims become PuppetPeople.PeoplePuppets.


* #9 Jean from ''Anime/{{Claymore}}'' corkscrews her sword arm 21 times in preparation for her special attack.

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* #9 Jean from ''Anime/{{Claymore}}'' ''Manga/{{Claymore}}'' corkscrews her sword arm 21 times in preparation for her special attack.


* ''Franchise/JojosBizarreAdventure''

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* ''Franchise/JojosBizarreAdventure''''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure''


* Adam Jensen from ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' can rotate his hands fully around the wrist due to his [[{{Cyborg}} cybernetic]] [[ArtificialLimb arms]]. The main use for them seems to be {{Neck Snap}}ping.

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* Adam Jensen from ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' can rotate his hands fully around the wrist due to his [[{{Cyborg}} cybernetic]] [[ArtificialLimb [[ArtificialLimbs arms]]. The main use for them seems to be {{Neck Snap}}ping.



* ''WesternAnimation/DanVs''' Dan explained he got one of his hands free from handcuffs due to his thumb being able to rotate at any angle (I don't remember the exact words, but this is basically it). This is only on one of his hands. The other hand he got by [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments pulling really, really hard.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/DanVs''' Dan explained he got one of his hands free from handcuffs due to his thumb being able to rotate at any angle (I don't remember the exact words, but this is basically it). This is only on one of his hands. The other hand he got by [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments pulling really, really hard.]]


* The demonic creature Sammael from the first ''Film/{{Hellboy}}'' movie could do this... [[{{squick}} by dislocating its own joints and breaking its own bones]]. It could heal any injury almost instantly, but spinning your own pelvis around a full 180 degrees or bending every joint in your arm the opposite way they were intended to bend has to hurt.

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* The demonic creature Sammael from the first ''Film/{{Hellboy}}'' ''Film/{{Hellboy|2004}}'' movie could do this... [[{{squick}} by dislocating its own joints and breaking its own bones]]. It could heal any injury almost instantly, but spinning your own pelvis around a full 180 degrees or bending every joint in your arm the opposite way they were intended to bend has to hurt.


** Based on trailers, DeusExMankindDivided looks like it will take this up to 11!

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** Based on trailers, DeusExMankindDivided ''VideoGame/DeusExMankindDivided'' looks like it will take this up to 11!

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* Tae briefly demonstrates this after crashing into a wall in the first episode of ''Anime/ZombieLandSaga''. The rest of the girls later demonstrate the ability to headbang so hard their necks dislocate. Justified since... well... they're zombies.


* ''Anime/ExcelSaga'': Excel; justified because [[CrazyAwesome she's a crazy]] GenkiGirl.

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* ''Anime/ExcelSaga'': Excel; justified because [[CrazyAwesome she's a crazy]] crazy GenkiGirl.


* Cats, lacking collarbones, can turn their heads further than people, to the degree of being able almost look backwards.

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* Cats, lacking having detached collarbones, can turn their heads further than people, to the degree of being able almost look backwards.


* Between using their beak as a hand and the fact that their eyes do not move in their sockets, many birds can rotate their heads through a large range of motions. The owl pictured is an example.

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* Between using their beak as a hand and the fact that their eyes do not move in their sockets, many birds can rotate their heads through a large range of motions. The owl pictured is an example.

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