. . . and camels each have a keen sense of smell, and would join in a herd of humans, lions, and chimps stampeding away from a skunk in non-spray mode (which in this "Merrie Melody" PAST PERFUMANCE naturally exudes a repulsive odor 24/7). Apart from the likelihood that a non-spraying skunk might not smell all that different than, say, a squirrel or raccoon, I cannot picture a camel finding even a SPRAYING skunk all that objectionable. I've been around camels a few times, and I've seen many feet of camel film. Camels are pretty gross. They also don't seem to be the most observant creatures on our planet: perhaps they wouldn't even notice a skunk in their vicinity. Now, the giraffes are a whole 'Nother story--or two. Everyone knows that dogs have a really keen scent sense, with bloodhounds bred to track down even people who shower daily. Giraffes MAY have noses, but I've never heard of a "Bloodgiraffe." You probably could wave missing Timmy's sneaker as high as you could reach toward one, and it wouldn't find the missing kid in a million years. I just don't buy this stampede scene.
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