Post in forum #189471 - Advanced tag discussion: Mutually-exclusive Body Types/Styles (anthro, feral, human, humanoid, taur, 'semi-anthro' etc.)

titanmelon said:
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rather minor detail, but notice the sclera in 2016 4:3 bear cub feral iceberg mammal polar_bear simple_background sketch solo white_background young

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Most 'real' feral animals' eyes are positioned in such a way that the whites of their eyes i.e white_sclera aren't visible most of the time

It's a minor detail, but it makes a large difference between the feral types I outlined above

If you just read that, now you can't unsee it in media. Sorry!

Eh, that's not enough to qualify as not being feral, imo. Most animals don't even have visible irises, as that would give away where they're looking, instead it looks like it's pure pupil.