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27th Mar '17 1:45:22 PM Sketchdoll
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* In the webcomic ''Moxie'', the Bestian race is made up of different animals. While they are common in the world, other races will often [[http://www.moxiecomic.com/comic/ch-1-pg-7/ discriminate against them.]]

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* In the webcomic ''Moxie'', ''Webcomic/{{Moxie}}'', the Bestian race is made up of with different animals. animals characteristics. While they are a common race in the world, other races will often [[http://www.moxiecomic.com/comic/ch-1-pg-7/ discriminate against them.]]
27th Mar '17 1:11:53 PM Sketchdoll
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* In the webcomic ''Moxie'', the Bestian race is made up of different animals. While they are common in the world, other races will often [[http://www.moxiecomic.com/comic/ch-1-pg-7/ discriminate against them.]]
18th Mar '17 7:54:04 PM Hylarn
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* Pretty much the entire cast of ''Anime/KemonoFriends'' is girls with a few animal characteristics. The variety is limited only to "terrestrial vertebrate".
12th Mar '17 4:49:34 PM nombretomado
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Mortasheen}}'', as usual, does an odd version of this with one of its player races, [[http://scythemantis.deviantart.com/art/Mortasheen-Race-II-Sectilian-208173194 the Sectilians]], fusions of human and arthropod that end up looking like humans with insect parts glued on. There's also creatures called Arthropoids which are made via an evolution of the same process, but their human/arthropod fusion looks more... [[BodyHorror harmonious]]. WordOfGod says that they were meant to be based on the difference between the design of the creature from the original ''Film/TheFly1958'' and the Cronenberg [[Film/TheFly1986 1986 remake]].


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* ''WebOriginal/{{Mortasheen}}'', as usual, does an odd version of this with one of its player races, [[http://scythemantis.deviantart.com/art/Mortasheen-Race-II-Sectilian-208173194 the Sectilians]], fusions of human and arthropod that end up looking like humans with insect parts glued on. There's also creatures called Arthropoids which are made via an evolution of the same process, but their human/arthropod fusion looks more... [[BodyHorror harmonious]]. WordOfGod says that they were meant to be based on the difference between the design of the creature from the original ''Film/TheFly1958'' and the Cronenberg [[Film/TheFly1986 1986 remake]].
9th Mar '17 6:18:27 PM Schol-R-LEA
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* Several characters in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse are like this to varying degrees, even without counting the CatGirl, [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent Werefolk]], and ShapeShifting characters. Notable ones include Thuban, whose normal form is a dragonic one (though he can shift to a more conventional human form for brief periods); Lapine, who has rabbit ears and a fluffy tail (and [[AnimalStereotypes trouble controlling her libido]]); and Gadget, who appears as a humanoid squirrel.

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* Several characters in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse are like this to varying degrees, degrees (with some being closer to BeastFolk), even without counting the several CatGirl, [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent Werefolk]], and ShapeShifting characters. Notable ones include Thuban, whose normal form is a dragonic one (though he can shift to a more conventional human form for brief periods); Lapine, who has rabbit ears and a fluffy tail (and [[AnimalStereotypes trouble controlling her libido]]); and Gadget, who appears as a humanoid squirrel.
9th Mar '17 6:17:28 PM Schol-R-LEA
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* Thuban, in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse, who's part dragon.

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* Several characters in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse are like this to varying degrees, even without counting the CatGirl, [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent Werefolk]], and ShapeShifting characters. Notable ones include Thuban, in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse, who's part dragon.whose normal form is a dragonic one (though he can shift to a more conventional human form for brief periods); Lapine, who has rabbit ears and a fluffy tail (and [[AnimalStereotypes trouble controlling her libido]]); and Gadget, who appears as a humanoid squirrel.
4th Mar '17 4:11:29 PM nombretomado
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* MarvelComics' ComicBook/SquirrelGirl is exactly what she sounds like. And she's also a KillerRabbit par excellence.

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* MarvelComics' Creator/MarvelComics' ComicBook/SquirrelGirl is exactly what she sounds like. And she's also a KillerRabbit par excellence.
26th Feb '17 7:02:21 AM Jumpbacks
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* In ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' a lot of the Wesen when they [[GameFace Vogue]] just have a few animal traits like pointy ears, fangs or fur like Fuchsbaus and Blutbat.

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* In ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' a lot of the Wesen when they [[GameFace Vogue]] woge]] just have a few animal traits like pointy ears, fangs or fur like Fuchsbaus and Blutbat.
17th Feb '17 2:50:22 PM DarkHunter
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* Seems to be a defining characteristic of Faunus in the ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' universe. Characters from this race include Velvet Scarlatina (rabbit), Sun Wukong (monkey) and [[spoiler:Blake Belladonna (cat)]]. However, they seem to only have either animal ears or a tail, not both at the same time, and some have neither, with one character, Tukson, instead having [[WolverineClaws retractable claws]], and a large number of them during a White Fang recruitment drive in "Painting the Town" being {{Horned Humanoid}}s. Those with animal ears also have a second pair of human ears. The civil rights of these kind of characters plays a significant part within the setting, including a militant activist group named the White Fang.

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* Seems to be a defining characteristic of Faunus in the ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' universe. Characters from this race include Velvet Scarlatina (rabbit), Sun Wukong (monkey) and [[spoiler:Blake Belladonna (cat)]]. However, they seem to only have either animal ears or a tail, not both at the same time, and some have neither, with one character, Tukson, instead having [[WolverineClaws retractable claws]], and a large number of them during a White Fang recruitment drive in "Painting the Town" being {{Horned Humanoid}}s. Those with animal ears also have a second pair of human ears. Later volumes reveal that Faunus with reptilian and even arthropod characteristics exist. The civil rights of these kind of characters plays a significant part within the setting, including a militant activist group named the White Fang.
30th Jan '17 8:01:45 PM Luppercus
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* All American film adaptations of ''Literature/TheIslandOfDoctorMoreau'' have a [[CatGirl Panthera Woman]] that, unlike the other mutated animals on the island (always akin more to PettingZooPeople), is just a regular woman with some mildly feline traits like little fangs. The tradition started with the first adaptation: 1932's ''Film/IslandOfLostSouls'' with actress Kathleen Burke credited as "Panther Woman" (albeit other than her feline moves and [[FurBikini spotted dress]] there's no way to tell she's not human), the 1977 adaptation has [[spoiler:a twist at the end of the movie, [[http://www.diseara.ro/images/filme/galerie/3166_11_1.jpg showing]] Barbara Carrera de-evolving]], the 1997 adaptation ''Film/TheIslandOfDoctorMoreau'' has FairuzaBalk in the role of a gothic-looking cat girl with only very sharp canine teeth and slightly PointyEars to tell, apart from the expository dialogue.

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* All American film adaptations of ''Literature/TheIslandOfDoctorMoreau'' have a [[CatGirl Panthera Woman]] that, unlike the other mutated animals on the island (always akin more to PettingZooPeople), is just a regular woman with some mildly feline traits like little fangs. The tradition started with the first adaptation: 1932's ''Film/IslandOfLostSouls'' with actress Kathleen Burke credited as "Panther Woman" (albeit other than her feline moves and [[FurBikini spotted dress]] there's no way to tell she's not human), human [[spoiler:until her claws show up]]), the 1977 adaptation has [[spoiler:a twist at the end of the movie, [[http://www.diseara.ro/images/filme/galerie/3166_11_1.jpg showing]] Barbara Carrera de-evolving]], the 1997 adaptation ''Film/TheIslandOfDoctorMoreau'' has FairuzaBalk in the role of a gothic-looking cat girl with only very sharp canine teeth and slightly PointyEars to tell, apart from the expository dialogue.
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