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* ''Roleplay/WeAreAllPokemonTrainers'': Averted and lampshaded when Pancham!Milagros blushes after Cecelia calls him cute.


Since this is primarily an {{Animation Trope|s}}, humans aren't exempt from it. -- a character with a very thick beard or mustache may be shown with a visible blush when they logically should not have one.

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Since this is primarily an {{Animation Trope|s}}, humans aren't exempt from it. it -- a character with a very thick beard or mustache may be shown with a visible blush when they logically should not have one.


Most mammals are covered in fur, most birds in feathers, most reptiles in scales. Thus, [[LuminescentBlush if the blood rushes to the animal's skin]] as a result of effort, anger, embarrassment or pain, it should be covered from view, though if an animal has light-colored, thin fur or feathers, something of the skin tone may still be visible. Some creatures, namely robots, are inorganic, and have no blood with which to blush. However, a remarkable phenomenon takes place in the world of animated beings. There, if a bear burns or drops a hammer on its paw, or a duck is bilked of a million-dollar prize, or a [[OurGryphonsAreDifferent griffin]] is caught in the shower without a towel on, or a robot is kissed by their crush -- or even if a [[AnthropomorphicObjects factory whistle]] is just blowing too strenuously -- the creature or object will turn bright red -- flesh, fur, feathers, or metal included. This phenomenon is usually restricted to the face, but will on some occasions spread over the whole body.

A variant reaction may take place when a character is frightened, in which case it may turn yellow or white; or freezing, when it may turn blue; or sick, when it may [[GreenAroundTheGills turn green]] or yellow or, in extreme cases, patterns of colors such as polka dots or plaid. An animal at any level of the SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism can sometimes have tanned fur or feathers, which acts like skin.

Since this is primarily an {{Animation Trope|s}}, humans aren't exempt from it--a character with a very thick beard or mustache may be shown with a visible blush when they logically should not have one.

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Most mammals are covered in fur, most birds in feathers, most reptiles in scales. Thus, [[LuminescentBlush if the blood rushes to the animal's skin]] as a result of effort, anger, embarrassment or pain, it should be covered from view, though if an animal has light-colored, thin fur or feathers, something of the skin tone may still be visible. Some creatures, namely robots, are inorganic, and have no blood with which to blush.view. However, a remarkable phenomenon takes place in the world of animated beings. There, if a bear burns or drops a hammer on its paw, or a duck is bilked of a million-dollar prize, or a [[OurGryphonsAreDifferent griffin]] is caught in the shower without a towel on, or a robot is kissed by their crush -- or even if a [[AnthropomorphicObjects factory whistle]] is just blowing too strenuously -- the creature or object it will turn bright red -- flesh, fur, feathers, or metal included. This phenomenon is usually restricted to the face, but will on some occasions spread over the whole body.

A variant reaction may take place when a character is frightened, in which case it may turn yellow or white; or freezing, when it may turn blue; or sick, when it may [[GreenAroundTheGills turn green]] or yellow or, in extreme cases, patterns of colors such as polka dots or plaid. An animal at any level of the SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism can sometimes have tanned fur or feathers, which acts like skin.

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Since this is primarily an {{Animation Trope|s}}, humans aren't exempt from it--a it. -- a character with a very thick beard or mustache may be shown with a visible blush when they logically should not have one.



* Natsuki Kuga in the fourth episode of Anime/MaiHime. She shamefully turns beet red in the face after the wind blows up her skirt and exposes her as bottomless.
* Junko Ejima in the third episode of The Daichis-Earth Defense Family. After it's mentioned she's "hanging out" (meaning her swimsuit exposes more than intended), she realizes, quickly covers her crotch, and her whole body turns red with shame.



** Subverted in ''Lord Brocktree'', where the blue dye Ungatt Trunn's soldiers use on their fur washes out when they soak in seawater.



* Subverted in ''Literature/TheColdMoons''. Fircone gets embarrassed and starts blushing, but he's glad that his thick facial fur hides his blush.
* Subverted in ''Literature/GuardianCatsAndTheLostBooksOfAlexandria''. It's mentioned that one cat character would be blushing if he was a human.



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* The Grump and his dragon in the ''WesternAnimation/HereComesTheGrump'' episode, "The Lemonade Sea". When their submarine periscope is corked, they're forced to turn back and resurface from the sea. Do to the lack of oxygen, the Grump is blue-faced and the dragon is blue all over, as they try to regain their air.

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* Subverted in ''Literature/GuardianCatsAndTheLostBooksOfAlexandria''. It's mentioned that one cat character would be blushing if he was a human.


** Daffy in "Quackodile Tears". He's blue-faced when Honeybunch strangles him as she picks him up and out of the nest containing an egg on which Daffy was sitting.




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* Cooler from ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies (1980s)''. In "Wagga Wagga" he blushes lightly twice: When Penelope kisses him and again towards the end when Nose Marie kisses him.

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** In "My Favorite Duck", so fed up with Daffy's antics, Porky is literally incensed enough to burst into flames, after his whole body turns red, then orange, then he burns up himself, and he wishes he had a shotgun to fire at the duck.


** Being a stuffed toy, he is any arbitrary color by default, and blushing is no more out of place than talking and moving.

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** Being a stuffed toy, he is any arbitrary color by default, * Subverted in ''Literature/TheColdMoons''. Fircone gets embarrassed and blushing is no more out of place than talking and moving.starts blushing, but he's glad that his thick facial fur hides his blush.

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** Dodsworth in "A Peck O' Trouble". After his fur, which simulates a suit, gets caught on a ladder rung and the ladder is extended, his fur-suit is pulled off his body and he's left in his undershorts. He gets embarrassingly pink-faced, turns to the viewers, chuckles coyly, climbs the ladder to retrieve his fur-suit, looks at the viewers, and chuckles coyly again.


* In the Pokemon episode, "Primeape Goes Bananas", a wild Primeape turns red with rage briefly when Ash's Squirtle sprays it with the water gun attack.

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* The goat boy Ralsei from ''VideoGame/{{Deltarune}}'' blushes frequently, despite being covered in fur ''and'' wearing a wide-brimmed hat that casts a shadow over his face.



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** In "Wigwam Whoopee", after Popeye gets a power-boost from eating spinach, some flames that were surrounding him turn yellow with fear, come to life, and flee before he can confront them.

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* In the Pokemon episode, "Primeape Goes Bananas", a wild Primeape turns red with rage briefly when Ash's Squirtle sprays it with the water gun attack.

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* ''Animation/HappyHeroes'': The various robot citizens of planet Xing Xing are shown to blush on several occasions, despite being made of metal and therefore having no logical reason to sport a visible blush.
* Most of the characters in ''Animation/OurFriendXiongXiaoMi'' are anthropomorphic animals with fur, and yet they are constantly shown with visible cheek blushes.
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* In the Popeye short, "Shape Ahoy", when Olive Oyl kisses Bluto on the nose, his whole body turns red and he becomes shaped like a rocket, launching into the sky, sky-writing the word "wow", and cooling off once he lands in the water.

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