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* In the ''VideoGame/{{Xenoblade}}'' series, the [[SeriesMascot Nopon race]] have a downplayed version of this. Their wings are connected to the back of their heads in a very earlike position, and resemble ears when held upright, but don't seem to be their actual ears. As a bonus, [[FeatherFingers they also use their wings as hands more often than their actual hands.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/KazeAndTheWildMasks'', donning the eagle mask causes Kaze's ears to grow feathers and become makeshift wings.


* Some of the mooks in ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' do this occasionally. Somehow, this is the least blatant use of artistic license with regard to biology.


** Dragonair have wings where their ears should be.
** Sky Forme Shaymin.

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** Dragonair have wings where their ears should be.
be. Unlike the anime (which has it fly with them in the second Pikachu short and a ''Journeys'' episode), it's usually seen more swimming or floating in the games.
** Sky Forme Shaymin.Shaymin, growing antler-like wings as part of gaining the Flying type.


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* In ''Series/DumbosCircus'', the adult WesternAnimation/{{Dumbo}} can still fly with his ears, including while pulling a wagon full of his friends behind him in the opening credits.


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* In ''Series/DumbosCircus'', the adult WesternAnimation/{{Dumbo}} can still fly with his ears, including while pulling a wagon full of his friends behind him in the opening credits.
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** He uses them like a helicopter to escape from Yosemite Sam from Outer Space in "Lighter Than Hare".

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** He uses them like a helicopter to escape from Yosemite Sam from of Outer Space in "Lighter Than Hare".


* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'': WesternAnimation/BugsBunny uses his ears to gain flight twice:
** He uses them like a helicopter to escape from Yosemite Sam from Outer Space in "Lighter Than Hare".
** His ears suddenly turn into bat wings when he says "abraca-pocus" in "Transylvania 6-5000".



* [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Bugs Bunny]] uses his ears to gain flight twice:
** He uses them like a helicopter to escape from Yosemite Sam from Outer Space in "Lighter Than Hare."
** His ears suddenly turn into bat wings when he says "abraca-pocus" in "Transylvania 6-5000."

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* [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Bugs Bunny]] uses his ears to gain flight twice:
** He uses them like a helicopter to escape from Yosemite Sam from Outer Space in "Lighter Than Hare."
** His ears suddenly turn into bat wings when he says "abraca-pocus" in "Transylvania 6-5000."

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* In ''Manga/NatsumesBookOfFriends'' episode "[[Recap/NatsumesBookOfFriendsEpisode19TheMaidensCircle The Maiden's Circle]]", a small youkai Natsume asks about the youkai that cursed Taki flies using its oversized ears.

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* In ''Series/DumbosCircus'', the adult WesternAnimation/{{Dumbo}} can still fly with his ears, including while pulling a wagon full of his friends behind him in the opening credits.

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* ''VideoGame/HappyTreeFriendsAdventures'': The rainbow critters have large ears allowing them to fly.


* Mario from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins'' flies with his bunny ears when he has the Magic Carrot powerup.

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* Mario from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins'' flies with his bunny ears when he has the Magic Carrot powerup. Otherwise, the bunny ears are more for slowing your descent instead of flying. They can send you impressive distances if you quickly tap the button repeatedly rather than holding it to hover, though.

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* In ''VideoGame/VibRibbon'', getting a high enough score causes Vibri to float up offscreen using her ears as wings.


* From ''Literature/TheSnoutersFormAndLifeOfTheRhinogrades'', The Earwing (Otopteryx volitans) flies with its ears (using its nose to steer).

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* From ''Literature/TheSnoutersFormAndLifeOfTheRhinogrades'', The the Earwing (Otopteryx volitans) (''Otopteryx volitans'') flies with its ears (using its nose to steer).

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* From ''Literature/TheSnoutersFormAndLifeOfTheRhinogrades'', The Earwing (Otopteryx volitans) flies with its ears (using its nose to steer).
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