Other than humans do any other animals have unique faces?
every human being are identified by their unique facial features, do other animals have this character? if no then what is the scientific or genetic reason behind this.
I think all animals (at least mammals) have unique facial features. With some, it's the color of the fur or skin. Take the tiger for example, each one has a unique stripe pattern. Although to most humans every dog of the same breed looks the same, if you spend enough time around a bunch of them you'll notice slight differences in the shape of the ears or the shades of colors in their eyes. These are just a couple of examples. If we could view the world from the eyes and minds of the animals, they might think all humans look basically the same.
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