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7th Aug '16 12:14:14 PM nombretomado
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* In TheDCU Northwind, a member of ''ComicBook/InfinityInc'', was half-human, half-Feitheran (the Feitherans being a hidden race of [[PettingZooPeople bird people]]).

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* In TheDCU Franchise/TheDCU Northwind, a member of ''ComicBook/InfinityInc'', was half-human, half-Feitheran (the Feitherans being a hidden race of [[PettingZooPeople bird people]]).
17th Jul '16 6:07:21 AM jormis29
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* In Roger Avary's film adaptation of ''Film/{{Beowulf}}'', Grendel is a HalfHumanHybrid. He may be sterile (given his apparent lack of reproductive organs), and though it may just be because he's a monster he gives a good impression of being sickly. He's hideously deformed, has what appears to be a nasty skin condition, and is sometimes heard whimpering as if in pain (though that's probably just because loud noises irritate his [[AchillesHeel super-sensitive ear]]). The dragon at the end of the film is also a HalfHumanHybrid, [[spoiler:born of a mating between Beowulf and Grendel's mother]]. This is also very much unlike [[Literature/{{Beowulf}} the original poem]], where no human ancestry was suggested for Grendel except that he was a distant descendant of Cain.

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* In Roger Avary's film adaptation of ''Film/{{Beowulf}}'', Grendel is a HalfHumanHybrid. He may be sterile (given his apparent lack of reproductive organs), and though it may just be because he's a monster he gives a good impression of being sickly. He's hideously deformed, has what appears to be a nasty skin condition, and is sometimes heard whimpering as if in pain (though that's probably just because loud noises irritate his [[AchillesHeel super-sensitive ear]]). The dragon at the end of the film is also a HalfHumanHybrid, [[spoiler:born of a mating between Beowulf and Grendel's mother]]. This is also very much unlike [[Literature/{{Beowulf}} the original poem]], where no human ancestry was suggested for Grendel except that he was a distant [[TheDescendantsOfCain descendant of Cain.Cain]].
6th Jul '16 11:14:45 PM Theriocephalus
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** Perhaps the most common hybrids in the fandom would be half-dragons (also called kirin, althpough those may be treated as a naturally-occuring race). They are usually the result of a Spike pairing in romantic or next-gen fics.

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** Perhaps the most common hybrids in the fandom would be half-dragons or "draconies" (also called kirin, althpough although those may be treated as a naturally-occuring naturally-occurring race). They are usually the result of a Spike pairing in romantic or next-gen fics.
3rd Jul '16 10:44:11 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** Near the end of "The Masters Saga", Dana has a protoculture-induced vision of a sister she's never known, born to her parents after they left Earth on the SDF-3. In the ''Robotech'' novel continuity, this character became Aurora Sterling. In the animated continuity, according to ''Anime/RobotechTheShadowChronicles'', this became hot shot fighter ace Maia Sterling.

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** Near the end of "The Masters Saga", Dana has a protoculture-induced vision of a sister she's never known, born to her parents after they left Earth on the SDF-3. In the ''Robotech'' novel continuity, this character became Aurora Sterling. In the animated continuity, according to ''Anime/RobotechTheShadowChronicles'', ''WesternAnimation/RobotechTheShadowChronicles'', this became hot shot fighter ace Maia Sterling.
3rd Jul '16 9:15:53 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** Komillia Jenius from Macross became Dana Sterling, both in her initial appearances during the Macross Saga and in the overwritten ''Robotech'' dub of ''SuperDimensionalCavalrySouthernCross'', renamed "The Masters Saga". The reason given for her hair changing from blue-green (in the Macross segments) to blonde was the increasing amounts of anti-Zentraedi (and Zentraedi-hybrid, naturally) prejudice in the Armies of the Southern Cross. As a result, Dana dyed her hair to avoid the hassle. As both ''Southern Cross'' and The Masters Saga had a rather anti-alien, xenophobic military as a major plot point, this {{Retcon}} was actually rather well done.
** Near the end of The Masters Saga, Dana has a protoculture-induced vision of a sister she's never known, born to her parents after they left Earth on the SDF-3. In the Robotech novel continuity, this character became Aurora Sterling. In the animated continuity as progressed by ''Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles'', this became hot shot fighter ace Maia Sterling.
** In the "The Next Generation" saga that made up the last third of ''Robotech'', we were treated to Marlene, an amnesiac young woman who was [[spoiler:actually Ariel, the first attempt of the Invid Regis to further evolve her race into human form.]] Furthermore, the Invid prince Corg and Invid Princess Sera are both Invid-human hybrids, due to the Invid Regis's belief in humanity's evolutionary superiority to her own race's original form.

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** Komillia Jenius from Macross became Dana Sterling, both in her initial appearances during the "The Macross Saga Saga" and in the overwritten ''Robotech'' dub of ''SuperDimensionalCavalrySouthernCross'', ''SuperDimensionCavalrySouthernCross'', renamed "The Masters Saga". The reason given for her hair changing from blue-green (in the Macross segments) to blonde was the increasing amounts of anti-Zentraedi (and Zentraedi-hybrid, naturally) prejudice in the Armies of the Southern Cross. As a result, Dana dyed her hair to avoid the hassle. As both ''Southern Cross'' and The "The Masters Saga Saga" had a rather anti-alien, xenophobic military as a major plot point, this {{Retcon}} was actually rather well done.
** Near the end of The "The Masters Saga, Saga", Dana has a protoculture-induced vision of a sister she's never known, born to her parents after they left Earth on the SDF-3. In the Robotech ''Robotech'' novel continuity, this character became Aurora Sterling. In the animated continuity as progressed by ''Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles'', continuity, according to ''Anime/RobotechTheShadowChronicles'', this became hot shot fighter ace Maia Sterling.
** In the "The "[[Anime/GenesisClimberMospeada The Next Generation" Generation]]" saga that made up the last third of ''Robotech'', we were treated to Marlene, an amnesiac young woman who was [[spoiler:actually Ariel, the first attempt of the Invid Regis to further evolve her race into human form.]] form]]. Furthermore, the Invid prince Corg and Invid Princess Sera are both Invid-human hybrids, due to the Invid Regis's belief in humanity's evolutionary superiority to her own race's original form.
17th Jun '16 11:31:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Theatre/BatBoyTheMusical'', which is based off the WeeklyWorldNews story.

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* ''Theatre/BatBoyTheMusical'', which is based off the WeeklyWorldNews Magazine/WeeklyWorldNews story.
14th Jun '16 11:26:40 AM StFan
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* ''{{ComicBook/Fables}}'': Bigby thinks of himself as a wolf, but he actually had a wolf for a mother and the North Wind for the father. Meanwhile, Snow White is a human-style Fable who has six [[ItMakesSenseinContext (seven, really)]] kids with Bigby.
* It is revealed in ''ComicBook/{{X-Factor}}'' that, as has been widely-speculated for years, [[spoiler: Shatterstar really is the biological son of Dazzler and Longshot. However, in a twisted StableTimeLoop scenario, Longshot in turn was [[ArtificialHuman created]] using genes taken from Shatterstar when he got [[TimeTravel blasted into the past]], thus in a sense [[MyOwnGrampa making him his own father's "father"]]]].
* From ''ComicBook/{{The Sandman}}'': Desire is revealed to be the grandfather of recurring character Rose Walker, having fathered her mother while her grandmother was in a coma. So more of a case of 3/4 human hybrid. Rose, her mother and younger brother don't seem to have any explicit powers from their supernatural heritage other than looking young for their ages and being considered a bit more attractive than the average person. Interestingly, the titular character isn't shown to have any half-human offspring, but given Desire's penchant for making him fall in love it wouldn't be surprising.

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* ''{{ComicBook/Fables}}'': ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'': Bigby thinks of himself as a wolf, but he actually had a wolf for a mother and the North Wind for the father. Meanwhile, Snow White is a human-style Fable who has six [[ItMakesSenseinContext (seven, really)]] kids with Bigby.
* It is revealed in ''ComicBook/{{X-Factor}}'' ''ComicBook/XFactor'' that, as has been widely-speculated for years, [[spoiler: Shatterstar [[spoiler:Shatterstar really is the biological son of Dazzler and Longshot. However, in a twisted StableTimeLoop scenario, Longshot in turn was [[ArtificialHuman created]] using genes taken from Shatterstar when he got [[TimeTravel blasted into the past]], thus in a sense [[MyOwnGrampa making him his own father's "father"]]]].
* From ''ComicBook/{{The Sandman}}'': ''ComicBook/TheSandman'': Desire is revealed to be the grandfather of recurring character Rose Walker, having fathered her mother while her grandmother was in a coma. So more of a case of 3/4 human hybrid. Rose, her mother and younger brother don't seem to have any explicit powers from their supernatural heritage other than looking young for their ages and being considered a bit more attractive than the average person. Interestingly, the titular character isn't shown to have any half-human offspring, but given Desire's penchant for making him fall in love it wouldn't be surprising.






* ''CrucibleMassEffect'' has the turian-human hybrids thanks to the effect of the Crucible at the end of the Reaper War. They are mainly turian-like in appearance but with human 5-fingered hands and ape-like feet. They also have both turian strength and human flexibility and all are born biotics. In short, they have all the best traits of their parents' species that have made them the top dogs on their respective homeworlds and thus are viewed as perfect war machines that [[WoobieSpecies most people want to capture and enslave]].
* Due to a lot of CanonWelding, both the [[SuperSoldier Mutant Soldiers]] from GodzillaFinalWars and Psychics from the Heisei era in ''FanFic/TheBridge'' and its spin off ''Humanity's Stand'' were retconned into hybrids of humans and Mysterian aliens from the Showa era.

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* ''CrucibleMassEffect'' ''Fanfic/CrucibleMassEffect'' has the turian-human hybrids thanks to the effect of the Crucible at the end of the Reaper War. They are mainly turian-like in appearance but with human 5-fingered hands and ape-like feet. They also have both turian strength and human flexibility and all are born biotics. In short, they have all the best traits of their parents' species that have made them the top dogs on their respective homeworlds and thus are viewed as perfect war machines that [[WoobieSpecies most people want to capture and enslave]].
* ''FanFic/TheBridge'' (and its spin-off ''Humanity's Stand''):
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Due to a lot of CanonWelding, both the [[SuperSoldier Mutant Soldiers]] from GodzillaFinalWars ''Film/GodzillaFinalWars'' and Psychics from the Heisei era in ''FanFic/TheBridge'' and its spin off ''Humanity's Stand'' were are retconned into hybrids of humans and Mysterian aliens from the Showa era.



* An interesting case in a few ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' fanfics, where hybrids rarely come from actual breeding. Usually it's the result of the main characters entering another universe, and in the process, their two species getting mixed into a singular one. This does make sense, considering the Trolls' BizarreAlienBiology.
* ''Fanfic/ChildrenOfAnElderGod'': In chapter 21, [[spoiler:Ritsuko]] reveals that her mother was half human, half [[http://lovecraft.wikia.com/wiki/Deep_One Deep One]].

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* An interesting case in a few ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' fanfics, where hybrids rarely come from actual breeding. Usually it's the result of the main characters entering another universe, and in the process, their two species getting mixed into a singular one. This does make sense, considering the Trolls' BizarreAlienBiology.
* ''Fanfic/ChildrenOfAnElderGod'': In chapter 21, [[spoiler:Ritsuko]] reveals that her mother was half human, half [[http://lovecraft.half-human, half-[[http://lovecraft.wikia.com/wiki/Deep_One Deep One]].



* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-748 SCP-748 ("Industrial Dissolution")]]. One of SCP-748's products is the meat of a creature that is a hybrid species of human, squid and pig.

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-748 SCP-748 ("Industrial Dissolution")]]. One of SCP-748's products is the meat of a creature that is a hybrid species of human, squid and pig.



* TabletopGame/NewVindicators has a lot of these running around-the primary source for superpowers comes from being a Neo-Sapien, which are all descended from {{Nephilim}}, who are half human, half fallen angel.

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* TabletopGame/NewVindicators ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-748 SCP-748 ("Industrial Dissolution")]]. One of SCP-748's products is the meat of a creature that is a hybrid species of human, squid and pig.
* ''TabletopGame/NewVindicators''
has a lot of these running around-the primary source for superpowers comes from being a Neo-Sapien, which are all descended from {{Nephilim}}, who are half human, half fallen angel.



* There are, in the WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum, a number of half-human Agents. These come from a great many different continua.
** Especially the ex-sues.
* Shane Myers from Literature/StrangeLittleBand is half alien, half human but most of his colleagues don't know this. The identity of his alien father is important later in the story.

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* There are, in the WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum, ''WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum'', a number of half-human Agents. These come from a great many different continua.
**
continua. Especially the ex-sues.
* Shane Myers from Literature/StrangeLittleBand ''Literature/StrangeLittleBand'' is half alien, half human but most of his colleagues don't know this. The identity of his alien father is important later in the story.



* Caleb "Half-Face" from ''LittleLennyPenguinAndTheGreatRedFlood'', tween-turned-[[EldritchAbomination eldritch]].

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* Caleb "Half-Face" from ''LittleLennyPenguinAndTheGreatRedFlood'', ''Little Lenny Penguin and the Great Red Flood'', tween-turned-[[EldritchAbomination eldritch]].



* [[spoiler:[[TransformersAnimated Sari Sumdac]]]] is half human and half ''{{Transformer|s}}''. She's essentially a [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars Maximal]] with a human as her beast mode.
* Roxy of ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' is a half fairy; [[spoiler:Queen Morgana is her mother]].
** Then again, there are no male fairies, so there may not be such thing as a "half fairy."

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* [[spoiler:[[TransformersAnimated Sari Sumdac]]]] ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' [[spoiler:Sari Sumdac]] is half human and half ''{{Transformer|s}}''. She's essentially a [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars Maximal]] with a human as her beast mode.
* Roxy of ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' is a half fairy; [[spoiler:Queen Morgana is her mother]].
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mother]]. Then again, there are no male fairies, so there may not be such thing as a "half fairy."



* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' is half ghost. So are [[BigBad Vlad Masters]] and [[OppositeSexClone Danielle Phantom]].
** No breeding between ghosts and humans was involved: the former two were both results of [[FreakLabAccident lab accidents]], and the latter was cloned.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' is half ghost. So are [[BigBad Vlad Masters]] and [[OppositeSexClone Danielle Phantom]].
**
Phantom]]. No breeding between ghosts and humans was involved: the former two were both results of [[FreakLabAccident lab accidents]], and the latter was cloned.



* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' involved a [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Twi'lek]] woman and her two half-human, half-twi'lek children as major characters.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'':
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An episode of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' involved involves a [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Twi'lek]] woman and her two half-human, half-twi'lek children as major characters.



* ConspiracyTheorist Creator/DavidIcke claims in his book ''The Biggest Secret'' that the world is secretly ruled by [[TheReptilians reptilian aliens]] who can take human shape and interbreed with humans.
** Specifically, ''12-foot tall specimens that drink human blood''. Apparently, the Jewish Anti-Defamation League got annoyed, and cited the whole ''Elder Protocols'' schtick to suggest that when talking about reptilians, he meant Jews. [[spoiler:Those that know him suggest that when he talks about reptilians, he means it.]]
** Sounds like he read a little too much Creator/RobertEHoward pulp novels. 'King {{Literature/Kull}}'' has the same plot points.
* There was a Russian scientist in the early 20th century who attempted to create a Humanzee, but apparently none of his experiments panned out & his funding was eventually cut.
** Interesting that in all accounts of trying to inseminate human women with ape sperm, the ape always happen to die shortly before the scheduled date.
** For the curious, said scientist was [[http://www.cracked.com/article_17039_9-real-life-mad-scientists.html Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov]] (#5 on the list, bottom of the first page). Apparently, the story gets even stranger.
** [[http://skeptoid.com/episodes/4219 Thoroughly examined here.]] Ivanov can be conservatively described as having been a completely insane crackpot, but stories of surviving ''Humanzee'' creations are the accounts of conspiracy theories with no evidence behind them and most of what we know of biology arguing for its near impossibility.
** Actually, in 1977, it was proven that human sperm could penetrate the outer membranes of a Gibbon egg. Gibbons, also called Hylobatidae or Lesser Apes, branch off from the Hominoidea family alongside Hominids, or Great Apes. This group includes Chimps, Gorillas, Orangutans, Bonobos, and Humans. The tests were repeated with eggs from non-Hominoidea species, like Baboons and Rhesus monkeys, which the sperm did not attempt to fertilize. While purely theoretical at this point, it suggests interbreeding between these groups could be possible.
* Subverted with Oliver, a wild-born chimpanzee raised in a human household. Because of his bald features and preference for bipedal walking, he was long suspected to be a human/chimp hybrid, but [=DNA=] tests eventually determined that he's a chimpanzee from a wild population with slightly less fur and smaller heads than most. Walking upright is a behavior he learned by copying humans.
** Just to clinch the argument, he ended up with crippling arthritis in his back and feet from walking upright, and had to spend his twilight years knuckle walking like a normal chimp. He just wasn't built for that stunt, and it wore his body down like ballet wears down a ballet dancer.
* State Representative William "Tracy" Arnold R-MS attempted to introduce House Bill 819, the Protection of the Human Person Act, to [[DefiedTrope prevent this trope]]. The response from anyone in Congress who actually knew anything about science amounted to "You're trying to solve a problem that doesn't exist."
** Apart from human+animal sperm+egg nonsense, it broadly outlaws genetically engineered embryos and intelligent nonhumans.
* Most people from northern Europe can trace up to 4% of their DNA to neandrathals, and it is believed that there was interbreeding in the past. So technically, an entire population of HalfHumanHybrid people did actually exist in the past, crossing back into the human population to dilute the genes.
** Not that that amounts to much. Humans are still 99.9% identical genetically when you get right down to it, and since Neanderthals were virtually identical to humans anyway, most of that DNA was identical to the DNA we already had just came from a different source. The few new genes we got from Neanderthals still fall into that one-tenth of a percent that makes us distinct.
*** Or rather, Neanderthals ''were'' humans, just a separate subspecies from the Cro-Magnons who were the first "modern" humans. The ancestors of Neanderthals were the first humans to leave Africa, while the Cro-Magnons evolved and left Africa later. Interbreeding was apparently relatively common when they met, as all humans of non-African descent today have at least some Neanderthal DNA.

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* ConspiracyTheorist Creator/DavidIcke claims in his book ''The Biggest Secret'' that the world is secretly ruled by [[TheReptilians reptilian aliens]] who can take human shape and interbreed with humans.
**
humans. Specifically, ''12-foot tall specimens that drink human blood''. Apparently, the Jewish Anti-Defamation League got annoyed, and cited the whole ''Elder Protocols'' schtick to suggest that when talking about reptilians, he meant Jews. [[spoiler:Those that know him suggest that when he talks about reptilians, he means it.]]
**
]] Sounds like he read a little too much Creator/RobertEHoward pulp novels. 'King ''King {{Literature/Kull}}'' has the same plot points.
* There was a Russian scientist in the early 20th century who attempted to create a Humanzee, but apparently none of his experiments panned out & and his funding was eventually cut.
**
cut. Interesting that in all accounts of trying to inseminate human women with ape sperm, the ape always happen to die shortly before the scheduled date.
**
date. For the curious, said scientist was [[http://www.cracked.com/article_17039_9-real-life-mad-scientists.html Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov]] (#5 on the list, bottom of the first page). Apparently, the story gets even stranger.
**
stranger. [[http://skeptoid.com/episodes/4219 Thoroughly examined here.]] Ivanov can be conservatively described as having been a completely insane crackpot, but stories of surviving ''Humanzee'' creations are the accounts of conspiracy theories with no evidence behind them and most of what we know of biology arguing for its near impossibility.
** Actually, in
impossibility.\\\
In
1977, it was proven that human sperm could penetrate the outer membranes of a Gibbon egg. Gibbons, also called Hylobatidae or Lesser Apes, branch off from the Hominoidea family alongside Hominids, or Great Apes. This group includes Chimps, Gorillas, Orangutans, Bonobos, and Humans. The tests were repeated with eggs from non-Hominoidea species, like Baboons and Rhesus monkeys, which the sperm did not attempt to fertilize. While purely theoretical at this point, it suggests interbreeding between these groups could be possible.
* Subverted with Oliver, a wild-born chimpanzee raised in a human household. Because of his bald features and preference for bipedal walking, he was long suspected to be a human/chimp hybrid, but [=DNA=] tests eventually determined that he's a chimpanzee from a wild population with slightly less fur and smaller heads than most. Walking upright is a behavior he learned by copying humans.
**
humans. Just to clinch the argument, he ended up with crippling arthritis in his back and feet from walking upright, and had to spend his twilight years knuckle walking like a normal chimp. He just wasn't built for that stunt, and it wore his body down like ballet wears down a ballet dancer.
* State Representative William "Tracy" Arnold R-MS attempted to introduce House Bill 819, the Protection of the Human Person Act, to [[DefiedTrope prevent this trope]]. The response from anyone in Congress who actually knew anything about science amounted to "You're trying to solve a problem that doesn't exist."
**
" Apart from human+animal sperm+egg nonsense, it broadly outlaws genetically engineered embryos and intelligent nonhumans.
* Most people from northern Europe can trace up to 4% of their DNA to neandrathals, Neanderthals, and it is believed that there was interbreeding in the past. So technically, an entire population of HalfHumanHybrid people did actually exist in the past, crossing back into the human population to dilute the genes.
**
genes. Not that that amounts to much. Humans are still 99.9% identical genetically when you get right down to it, and since Neanderthals were virtually identical to humans anyway, most of that DNA was identical to the DNA we already had just came from a different source. The few new genes we got from Neanderthals still fall into that one-tenth of a percent that makes us distinct.
***
distinct. Or rather, Neanderthals ''were'' humans, just a separate subspecies from the Cro-Magnons who were the first "modern" humans. The ancestors of Neanderthals were the first humans to leave Africa, while the Cro-Magnons evolved and left Africa later. Interbreeding was apparently relatively common when they met, as all humans of non-African descent today have at least some Neanderthal DNA.
14th Jun '16 9:40:30 AM Arivne
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[Characters/SCPFoundation [=Characters/SCPFoundation=]]], [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-748 SCP-748 ("Industrial Dissolution")]]. One of SCP-748's products is the meat of a creature that is a hybrid species of human, squid and pig.

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[Characters/SCPFoundation [=Characters/SCPFoundation=]]], [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-748 SCP-748 ("Industrial Dissolution")]]. One of SCP-748's products is the meat of a creature that is a hybrid species of human, squid and pig.
11th Jun '16 8:51:44 PM nombretomado
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* The WildCATS are mainly half-Kherubim, an immortal super-powered alien race. It's not until many years after they were created that this was {{justified|Trope}} by having Earth be a planet {{terraform}}ed by the Kherubim [[SciFiWritersHaveNoSenseOfScale billions of years ago]] for their own needs, basing our DNA on theirs.

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* The WildCATS ComicBook/WildCATs are mainly half-Kherubim, an immortal super-powered alien race. It's not until many years after they were created that this was {{justified|Trope}} by having Earth be a planet {{terraform}}ed by the Kherubim [[SciFiWritersHaveNoSenseOfScale billions of years ago]] for their own needs, basing our DNA on theirs.
27th May '16 9:08:09 AM HelloLamppost
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* A Spider-Man story from [[JMSSpiderMan J.M.S.'s] run claims that [[Comicbook/{{Loki}} Loki]] actually has quite a few half-mortal children running around the world, most of whom have no idea he is their father. Unsurprisingly, he is a deadbeat dad, but somewhat uncharacteristically, he does care about their welfare. When a supernatural entity targets one of his daughters, he enlists Spider-Man's aid in rescuing her. Spidey goes along with it because, after all, he would have tried to help this innocent young woman being attacked by a monster anyway.

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* A Spider-Man story from [[JMSSpiderMan J.M.S.'s] 's]] run claims that [[Comicbook/{{Loki}} Loki]] actually has quite a few half-mortal children running around the world, most of whom have no idea he is their father. Unsurprisingly, he is a deadbeat dad, but somewhat uncharacteristically, he does care about their welfare. When a supernatural entity targets one of his daughters, he enlists Spider-Man's aid in rescuing her. Spidey goes along with it because, after all, he would have tried to help this innocent young woman being attacked by a monster anyway.
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