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In many cartoon TV shows, films, and video games, the female animal characters may be drawn more obviously anthropomorphic than the male animals.

The males will look like cute cartoony critters or real animals, while the females will have curvaceous, more humanoid body shapes. They may come complete with HartmanHips and/or NonMammalMammaries. [[FurryFemaleMane Frequently, females will be the only ones to have human-like hair, often long and flowing]].

There may be a reasonable purpose for this: Humans are much more visually oriented than many other animals (except most birds), and these features are the most obvious visual cues for humans in telling female humans from males. Other species may have [[BizarreSexualDimorphism different visual cues]], but what's the use in expecting the audience to recognize them? And [[TertiarySexualCharacteristics what else]] could you do to distinguish that your animal character is female? Just give them boobs, hips and makeup, and call it a day.

It is worth noting, perhaps, that facial hair is probably the one mostly male-exclusive attribute used for such characters, this being one clue of masculinity that is not hidden by clothing.

(Then again, this might be done for [[MostWritersAreMale some other reasons]], though it is hard to imagine [[AuthorAppeal what they might be]]...)

In other words, the female animals tend to be at least a half-notch closer to the "human" end of the SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism than the male animals. A few of them may even be [[HumanoidAnimals very anthro]] compared to their male equivalents.

This trope applies only to characters based on actual known species. Aliens, monsters and mythical beings can have BizarreAlienBiology, after all.

See also MenAreGenericWomenAreSpecial; CuteMonsterGirl; HumanoidAnimals, and of course CatGirl. Subtrope of BizarreSexualDimorphism. FurryFemaleMane is a subtrope of this. AdultsAreMoreAnthropomorphic is similar, but with age instead of gender.

Sometimes results in FurryConfusion.


* The female hamster in the Kia electric car commercial looks humanoid to the point of being a [[PettingZooPeople petting zoo person]]. Contrast that with the male hamsters in the same commercial and any hamster in all other Kia car commercials, who are also giant, but are still just {{Funny Animal}}s.

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* LittleBitBeastly tends to happen on female versions of otherwise PettingZooPeople characters in most anime and manga works.
* Every character in the world of ''Montana Jones'' (an Franchise/IndianaJones {{Expy}}) is an [[PettingZooPeople anthropomorphic feline]]. While their bodies are like those of humans, they have fur, and their heads resemble the ones of big cats, like for example tigers - with the notable exception of Melissa Sone, who basically looks like a human [[CatGirl female with cat ears and cat nose]]. No fur (or fur that just happens to have the colour of Caucasian skin?), and no protruding animal-like muzzle.
* Subverted with the Ctarl-Ctarl of ''Anime/OutlawStar'': The few males of the species we see (Aisha's subordinates and ranking officer) have fewer feline features than Ctarl-Ctarl women.
* In ''Manga/KillingBites'', the male "Brutes" will often transform into their animal forms from head to toe during fights while the females tend to stay as [[CuteMonsterGirl cute monster girls]]. The first women who we see completely transforming have [[ReptilesAreAbhorrent abhorrent reptile motifs]] such as lizards and chameleons.
* ''Come Together! Seton Academy'' features this heavily. Almost all of the male animals (bar our TokenHuman protagonist and his LoveInterest) retain their animal features and appearances, tending to straddle the lines from CivilizedAnimal to FunnyAnimal. Meanwhile, the female animals tend to resemble humans bar a few obligatory features that indicate their nonhuman lineage.

[[folder:Asian Animation]]
* Rebecca of ''Animation/{{Dreamkix}}'' is noticeably more human-like (and taller) than her teammates. She also is the only one of the regular female cast to have a FurryFemaleMane.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In the ''ComicBook/FritzTheCat'' comics and movies (''WesternAnimation/FritzTheCat'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheNineLivesOfFritzTheCat''), the female animals look noticeably more anthropomorphic than Fritz and the other male characters.
* In ''ComicBook/{{Blacksad}}'', the bodies are more or less completely anthropomorphic no matter which gender the character is, but the women often have more human-like faces than the men.
* Averted in ''ComicBook/{{Grandville}}'', where the male and female anthropomorphic characters both have the same level of anthropomorphism.
* In the ''Zé Carioca'' comics starring Jose Carioca from Disney/TheThreeCaballeros, the female parrots look distinctly more humanoid than the male parrots, to the point that the former have NonMammalMammaries.
** ... And Rosinha Rocha practically [[PettingZooPeople looks like a human, except with a beak!]]
* This is taken to extremes in the ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'' strip "The Meltdown Man". Sergeant Nick Stone is blasted into the future, where he finds a race of genetically modified animals with human attributes. He allies himself with three of them, [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent a male wolf]], [[ALoadOfBull a male bovine]], [[CatGirl and a female cat]]. [[http://gammabase.tripod.com/2000ad188-01.html Here you can see the three of them together]], while the animal traits in the two male ones are obvious, if I hadn't told you this girl was half-cat you probably wouln't noticed.
* A comic book spinoff of ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' introduces Jessica's rival, Winnie Weasel. [[http://www.google.co.uk/images?hl=en&source=imghp&biw=1362&bih=520&q=toon+patrol&gbv=2&aq=f&aqi=g4g-m1&aql=f&oq= The male weasels depicted in the movie are built roughly like real weasels standing on their back legs]]. [[http://www.imagebam.com/image/69cedd80783599 This is Winnie.]]
* Another Disney example: Look at Morgana Macawber (human-like) compared with Magica [=DeSpell=] in the more recent ''ComicBook/DarkwingDuck'' comics. (Also, for reference, Sarah Bellum and Beatrice Brute versus Ammonia Pine and Gosalyn.)
* In ''ComicBook/{{Finder}}'', female [[CatGirl Nyima]] are humanoid bipeds, while the males look like lions. The reasons for this aren't fully explained, but it seems to involve some sort of hormonal manipulation that suggests the Nyima were uplifted.

[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* The female mice in ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'' look a little more human-like than the male mice, more so in the sequels.
** In the first film, Bridget has Caucasian flesh-colored hands which look much more human than those of any of the other mice, male or female.
* Sawyer from ''WesternAnimation/CatsDontDance'' looks more human-like than Danny. While Danny's really, really skinny, Sawyer has HartmanHips and a leg-to-body ratio closer to human.
* Subverted: Abby Mallard in ''Disney/ChickenLittle'' is portrayed as a PettingZooPerson in the [[ShowWithinAShow Movie Within A Movie]], but so is Chicken Little and Runt.
* Inverted in ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' in that Tai Lung (a male snow leopard) has a body that looks more human-like than that of Master Tigress [a female tiger]. His body is muscular and looks more human-like so as to contrast with her sleeker, leaner body.
* Inverted in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}'' franchise. For example, Moto Moto the male hippo has a somewhat humanoid chest, but Gloria the female hippo doesn't. Also, Vitaly the male tiger looks a little more humanoid in the chest than the other cats in the franchise, male or female.
* Inverted in ''WesternAnimation/OpenSeason'', where Eliot the Mule Deer is almost always bipedal, while Giselle, his love interest, is a full-on quadrupedal TalkingAnimal.
* Beans looks considerably more human-like than ''WesternAnimation/{{Rango}}''. Also, Angelique the vixen looks considerably more human-like than the other characters, whether male or female.
* Maid Marian from Disney's ''Disney/RobinHood''. What makes this even more obvious is the fact that ''all'' of her dance moves are based on those of ''Disney/SnowWhite''!
* Goldie from ''WesternAnimation/RockADoodle''.
* Inverted in ''WesternAnimation/RoverDangerfield'', where the character of Rover is humanized quite a bit (he can even stand on his hind legs while doing comedic bits), while the canine love interest looks like a real dog.
* [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in ''Anime/TheCatReturns'', as Haru began the film as a human, and was gradually turning into a cat as she remained in the [[FisherKingdom Cat Kingdom]].
* Kitty Mouse in ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective''.
* In ''WesternAnimation/ThePebbleAndThePenguin'', the female penguins are given scary human hips way up where their wishbones should be and look more human-like in general.
* Frog!Tiana from ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' has a somewhat more humanoid body than that of Frog!Naveen.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/PlanetOfTheApes2001'': The female apes were designed to look more like humans than their male counterparts, including larger breasts and eyebrows, neither of which non-human female apes possess. Presumably to make [[InterspeciesRomance the main character's attraction to one of them]] somewhat less disturbing.

* A minor case appears in ''Pinball/DevilsDare''; the male green demons have visibly wrinkled wings, bald heads, and three-toed talon feet, while the female demons (on the original backglass art) resemble [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe green-skinned demonic babes]] with smooth wings.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Tawna, Coco and the trophy girls from the ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot'' series are more humanoid compared to Crash himself and other animal characters.
* ''Franchise/DonkeyKong''
** [[MsFanservice Candy Kong]] (see picture) is far more human than any of the other Kongs in the original ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry1''. Dixie and Wrinkly, who were both introduced in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'', aren't nearly as humanoid.
** Candy ''was'' the only female Kong with this distinction, until Nintendo [[FanservicePack redesigned Tiny Kong]] in ''VideoGame/DiddyKongRacing DS'' and onward. Tiny not only looks very human, but she has very humanly sized teeth, in contrast to the other Kongs who have teeth, as seen in her VictoryPose in ''Mario Super Sluggers''.
** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongBarrelBlast'' adds to the mix Kalypso, a female Kremling with an afro and a more human-like body than other Kremlings (though some of them do have a rather human-like muscular build).
* Inverted with Ramone (who really turns out to be [[spoiler:Nermal in disguise]]) and Arlene in ''VideoGame/GarfieldsFunFest''. Arlene is a typical FunnyAnimal, but Ramone is a full-on Petting Zoo Person.
* When [[spoiler:Tess is turned into an ottsel]] at the end of ''VideoGame/Jak3Wastelander'', her proportions remain quite human, much more human than any of the males shown.
* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'':
** Jynx is essentially this trope, although it looks more like a full-on human than an animal. This is also true with Gothitelle.
** Gardevoir and Lopunny both would be a more straight example. Subverted however, by the fact that these Pokemon can be both genders.
** In an inversion, many Fighting-types such as Hitmonchan, Machoke, Throh, Sawk, and Hariyama have a stereotypical human male build, though in many cases there's a slight chance they can be female.
* ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'', sister series to the above, also plays with this trope. Sasha, GirlOfTheWeek from game three, has a decidedly human face shape and hair. Both Ratchet and ''Sasha's own father'' have more feline facial features (and, in her father's case, a lion-like mane for hair).
** See also Angela from game two, who's actually a female Lombax (Ratchet's species).
* Inverted in ''Shining Force''. Kris and Alf in ''Shining Force'' feature very canine features, Sarah and May do so in ''Shining Force the Sword of Hajya'', and so does Grace in ''Shining Force 3''.
* With the notable exception of The Contessa (who is a spider-centaur-thing with no humanoid legs), the female characters in the ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' video games tend to have more human-like bodies than the male characters.
** With the exception of ''the'' inspector, there's not much difference, especially in the Holland hotel in ''Sly 3''.
* The females of ''VideoGame/{{Solatorobo}}'' tend to have peach fur and very short muzzles, while the males have longer, more animal-like noses and fur colors from a wider palette like white, grey, or orange. Males may also have bicolor fur (such as Red's tan-and-white face) or distinctly animal-like patterns (Québec is tiger-striped), while all females ever get is [[FacialMarkings a single stripe on each cheek]] (though that's all some males have, too).
** The exception to the "short-muzzle girls" rule is Merveille, who has a longer nose with her peach fur. Notably, this tendency toward short muzzles tends to make people mistake Red's sister Chocolat for a [[CatFolk Felineko]] when she is in fact just a short-faced Caninu.
* Rouge the Bat from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', even compared to the other females. Aside from her ears, wings, and tail, she has the most human-like body proportions in the series.
* Downplayed with Krystal from ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures''. Aside from having the [[NonMammalMammaries Wrong-Type-of-Mammal Mammaries]], the only thing human about her compated to Fox is her human-like head hair.
* Enough people think that ''VideoGame/{{Tera}}'' follows this, with the [[AlwaysMale all-male]] [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter cute critter style]] Popori and the much more [[LittleBitBeastly human-ish]] Elin.
* The {{Stripperific}} gator girls and fish ladies that appear in ''VideoGame/TheFirstFunkyFighter'', complete with GagBoobs. [[GuideDangIt Getting them to appear takes a bit of guesswork, though.]]
* Tauren and especially worgen females in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' are more human in body shape than their male counterparts. Furbolgs, quillboars, and wolvars subvert this, however, as females of those species look no different from the males.
* Most of the [[EldritchAbomination Monsters]] in ''VideoGame/{{Evolve}}'' could, in spite of their abilities, pass off as [[AnimalisticAbomination natural animals under the right circumstances]], but the [[ConfusionFu Wraith]], which is [[WordOfGod specifically stated]] to be female, has an [[http://web.archive.org/web/20150611093309/http://a.pomf.se/spksvf.png appearance that is distinctly female]] to match. This was intentional per WordOfGod in order to work the [[UncannyValley uncanny]] angle.
* Downplayed with Mipha from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild''. Compared to the male [[FishPeople Zora]] such as her brother Sidon (who is twice as tall as a human and has a head vaguely resembling that of a hammerhead shark) and her father Dorephan (who is ten times at tall as a human and has a whale-like body), and even compared to the other female Zora, she has a relatively more human-like appearance, seemingly lacking even the sharp carnivorous teeth of the others.

* A few female animals in ''Webcomic/{{Zoophobia}}'' are this, specifically Kayla. Compare her and Zill in the last panel of [[http://zoophobiacomic.com/?p=520 this page.]]
* Lampshaded in [[http://oglaf.com/dimorphism/ this]] ''Webcomic/{{Oglaf}}''.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* Zig-zagged with UsefulNotes/{{Furry|Fandom}} work. Often, a particular artist's characters have about the same level of anthropomorphism regardless of gender, while others fall into this.
* In ''WebAnimation/AdventuresOfThePuffincat'', the image of a female puffincat is essentially a woman with cat ears and a beak (as opposed to the male puffincat, which is more or less what you expect when you imagine something with that name). Amusingly enough, the only difference the narrator recognises [[TertiarySexualCharacteristics is the presence of a bow in her head]].
* Lambasting this trope is the basis of [[https://twitter.com/glitchedpuppet/status/883143570739257344 this tweet,]] which shortly thereafter went viral for it.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Common in Creator/HannaBarbera cartoons of the early 1960s with animal protagonists. One notable aversion is [[WesternAnimation/YogiBear Cindy Bear]].
** Actually, the female animals were generally sleeker and daintier, but most stuck pretty much to the body conventions of their male companions (thus were merely female, and not sexualised from the viewer's perspective). The only real examples of this trope are Floral Rugg from ''WesternAnimation/TheHillbillyBears'' and a few female cats that appeared in ''WesternAnimation/TopCat''.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPussInBoots''
** Played straight with Dulcinea (female), who has a humanlike figure, in contrast to Puss (male), who has a build more like a cat with a two-legged stance.
** Inverted with Sphinx (female), who stands on all fours, whereas Puss usually stands on two legs.
* In the second cartoon series, but not in [[Film/AlvinAndTheChipmunks the three live-action movies]], ''WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunks'' are either borderline Petting Zoo People or straight-up Petting Zoo People, but the Chipettes are Borderline LittleBitBeastly.
* Generally averted in ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'': if we see male and female characters of the same species, either the difference in body shape is minor with neither being more humanlike (after season one, Penny's body is more curved than her father's) or doesn't exist (body-wise Gumball is identical to his mother at his age, but shorter, even having the same [[HartmanHips large hips]]). However, there are a few straight examples:
** [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:300px-TobiasFamily.png The Wilson family]]: The father and son are [[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal almost naked]] {{cephalothorax}}es covered in fur/hair. The mother and daughter are still quite cartoonish, but have heads distinct from their bodies, are fully clothed, and only have visible hair on their heads and faces. Nothing but their rainbow-colored hair even indicates it ''not'' being GenderEqualsBreed.
** [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Robinsons28.jpg The Robinsons]]: The husband and his son have pill-shaped bodies [[NoNeckChump and no necks]]. The wife, again, is still not very humanlike, but has HartmanHips and a clear division between her head and body.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'':
** Rita is a CivilizedAnimal cat who often walks on two legs, but her friend, Runt, is a four-legged TalkingAnimal dog.
** Newt the dog is a CivilizedAnimal and Wilford B. Wolf is a FunnyAnimal, but Minerva Mink is a Petting Zoo Person. Averted when Wilford become a werewolf, which in that case, he is just as anthropomorphic as Minerva.
** Played with regarding Slappy in the "Buttermilk Slappy" short. She's shown as being more human-like during when she looks to be in roughly mid-20s or so. Then she "regresses" to the more squirrel-like form we know and love.
** Also played with regarding Dot Warner in "Roll Over Beethoven". When she dresses in a red dress and shoes, she looks inexplicably [[PettingZooPerson more human-like]] than [[FunnyAnimal usual]].
* Many of the female characters from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''.
* The two adult female leads in ''WesternAnimation/{{Birdz}}'', Betty Storkowitz and Miss Finch, qualify. Both have NonMammalMammaries and the latter has HartmanHips.
* Gadget Hackwrench, the female mouse from ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', looks more human like than the male mouse Monterey Jack.
* In Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''Disney/SpringtimeForPluto'', a male caterpillar with a long green body and multiple arms and legs transforms into a completely humanoid dancing female butterfly.
** Clarice the chipmunk is more anthropomorphic than WesternAnimation/ChipAndDale, to the point that she is a Petting Zoo Person.
* In ''Animation/{{Dreamkix}}'', one of the players, Rebecca, is the most human-like in the show. She's the tallest, has blond hair, and doesn't run on her four legs like other characters.
* On ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', female ducks are far likelier to have a head of hair or even a human shape, i.e. Magica Despell, Mrs. Beakly, Gandra Dee.
* Bernice, Grandma-Ma, and Agnes Delrooney from ''WesternAnimation/{{Duckman}}'' look more humanoid than Eric Duckman and the other male ducks.
* Early example: The titular character of the 1932 Creator/VanBeuren cartoon "The Farmerette."
* The female {{Dogfaces}} in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' and ''WesternAnimation/AGoofyMovie'' look a little more human-like than the male ones, to the point where their noses, muzzles, and ears can often be their only non-human feature.
** This has been lampshaded by both Creator/DonRosa and Creator/CarlBarks, who draw "real" historical characters with this generic doglike feature because editors informed both artists that it would be less jarring to see them around {{Funny Animal}}s. In any case, Barks made exceptions quite often, especially with many 'ethnic' characters. Rosa, on the other hand, made only one exception, in ''Quest for Literature/{{Kalevala}}'', where the Finnish god-heroes were drawn with human noses and five fingers.
* In ''WesternAnimation/HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'', Cleo looks distinctly more anthropomorphic than Riff Raff and Heathcliff. Then again, the rest of the Catillac Cats (Hector, Wordsworth and Mungo) are also more anthopomorphic than Heathcliff and Riff Raff, as are most of the dogs and other adversaries. On the other hand, Heathcliff's girlfriend Sonja (who is from the original comics, unlike Cleo), has the same round body type that he does.
* Played straight in ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'', where the female animals shown in men's magazines are bordering on LittleBitBeastly. Even Kaeloo herself, who [[ViewerGenderConfusion lacks]] most forms of TertiarySexualCharacteristics has some serious junk in the trunk and has a light curve to her hips which is often accentuated in the way she stands. She is also significantly less prone to dropping a FurryReminder than her male friends. Pretty also seems to have curvy hips as well (but no other curves).
* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''
** Lola Bunny and Melissa Duck (the former being from more recent works) look more anthropomorphic than WesternAnimation/BugsBunny and WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck, respectively.
** Tina Russo from the new ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'' is also more humanoid than WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck.
** Bugs Bunny inexplicably makes himself more humanoid when he [[WholesomeCrossdresser cross-dresses]].
** Penelope Pussycat from the ''WesternAnimation/PepeLePew'' shorts is an aversion, though she [[AnthropomorphicShift played this trope straight]] in her appearance on "Carrotblanca."
* Mousey Galore is more anthropomorphic than the other mice in ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'', even more so than the other female mice.
* Sophia in ''WesternAnimation/TheRaccoons'' looks much more humanoid than all the other aardvarks like Cedric and Cyril. Averted with the raccoons themselves though as all characters look similar whether male or female.
* Magaret the cardinal from ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' is a PettingZooPerson whereas Mordicai the bluejay is somewhere between a FunnyAnimal and a Borderline PZP.
** Margaret's friend Eileen is a humanoid mole, but apart from her tail and feet she looks completely human.
* Inverted with the two cats from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''; the Simpson family's pet cat, Snowball II (a female cat) and Scratchy (a male FunnyAnimal cat) from ''WesternAnimation/TheItchyAndScratchyShow''. This is likely because, in universe, Snowball II is a "real" cat and Scratchy is a "cartoon" cat.
** Scratchy (the [[FourLegsGoodTwoLegsBetter bipedal]] cat) and Snowball II (the normal quadrupedal cat) show up together in ''The Simpsons WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror IX'' segment, "The Terror of Tiny Toon". The two cats are at [[SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism such differing levels of anthropomorphism]] that FurryConfusion ensues.
* In ''WesternAnimation/SWATKats'', the female cats look more anthropomorphic than the male cats (and only males have distinctly cat-like striped coats and [[StealthPun whiskers]]). This is mostly in the heads/faces and hands/feet; Male body builds are fairly humanoid with a few exceptions.
* Rebecca Cunningham from ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' has a slimmer, more anthropomorphic body than Baloo.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', Binky Bunny, Bimbette, and Margot Mallard are more anthropomorphic than Buster Bunny, Johnny Pew, and Plucky Duck respectively. {{Averted}} with Fifi La Fume and Shirley The Loon, and mostly averted with Babs Bunny.
* The female cats in ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' look more humanoid than Tom does, except those in Creator/ChuckJones directed ones.
** [[DependingOnTheArtist Though it varies with the toon]]; a few are just as cat-like, only distinguished by eyelashes and a bow, while many are quite human like.
* Kitty Katswell of ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy'' looks more humanoid than Dudley Puppy.
* Most of the protagonists of ''WesternAnimation/FoodFight'' are bipedal {{Funny Animal}}s, with the exception of the female lead and love interest Sunshine Goodness, a {{Catgirl}}.