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The 5 Best Sets of Out-Of-This-World Ears

The portrayal of aliens in science fiction always gets a little tricky insofar as so many of the creatures we see in our films, television and even print stories are humanoid. Sure they’ll have crazy nose, or too many limbs, or even sometimes look like a cat or a fish, but ultimately, they’re just funny looking people. But beyond crinkled noses and boney foreheads, the best and most fun science fiction alien physical feature is easily a pair of crazy ears. Here are five of our favorites.

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