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* VillainousRescue: In episode 26, Kanon saves Riku from being trapped in the box with the other captured animals.

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* VillainousRescue: In episode 26, Kanon saves Riku Riko from being trapped in the box with the other captured animals.


* CulturalTranslation: The Korean dub changes the setting to Korea, most notable in episode 1, where Nagisa and Kasumi's traditional Japanese archery uniforms are changed to regular t-shirts.



* ThinlyVeiledDubCountryChange: The Korean dub changes the setting to Korea.


Riko and Rimu Mikogami are two twin daughters of a water flea-researching father and a pet caretaking mother. One day, while searching a cat that ran away, they get into the attic of their house and find 5 mysterious machines named "Kirumins". When they do what the Kirumin machines told them, they transform into a catgirl and a bunny-girl (nope, not the sexy type). Later on, they are joined by Nagisa, their older sister that can turn into a dog girl, and Ken and Tamao, two of their friends in school, but while Ken can transform into a mouse boy, Tamao's Kirumin [[TheCallPutMeOnHold doesn't work,]] but his kirumin looks like a bird. Regardless, he makes up for it with his intelligence.

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Riko and Rimu Mikogami are two twin daughters of a water flea-researching father and a pet caretaking mother. One day, while searching a cat that ran away, they get into the attic of their house and find 5 mysterious compact-looking machines named "Kirumins". When they do what the Kirumin machines told them, they transform into a catgirl and a bunny-girl (nope, not the sexy type). Later on, they are joined by Nagisa, their older sister that can turn into a dog girl, and Ken and Tamao, two of their friends in school, but while Ken can transform into a mouse boy, Tamao's Kirumin [[TheCallPutMeOnHold doesn't work,]] but his kirumin looks like a bird. Regardless, he makes up for it with his intelligence.


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* MagicFromTechnology: The Kirumin compacts are completely created using science, but allow the protagonists to become LittleBitBeastly {{MagicalGirl}}s that can transform into the animals they're assigned.


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* ThinlyVeiledDubCountryChange: The Korean dub changes the setting to Korea.


* VillainousRescue: In episode 26, Kanon saves Riku from being trapped in the box with the other captured animals.


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* VillainousRescue: In episode 26, Kanon saves Riku from being trapped in the box with the other captured animals.

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* LastMinuteHookup: [[spoiler: Yuuki Mikogami finally turns back to human from his turtle form... right at the last scene of the whole show.]]

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* HourOfPower: Should the Kirumins turn into animals, they must turn back within 99 minutes, otherwise they'd stay in that form forever and even lose their human conciousness, thus turning them into normal animals.


** [[spoiler: In the end, Doctor the Turtle, or should I say the Mikogami's grandfather (in Tamotsu's side anyway) finally turns back to human, but we never get to see anything about his real appearance.]]


* TheFaceless: We never get to see how Kanon's father looks like, there was just one scene where Kanon had a phone call from him.

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* TheFaceless: We never get to see how Kanon's father looks like, there was just one scene where Kanon had a phone call from him. [[spoiler: We do, however, get to see his animal form: a {{Pegasus}}.]]


* LongLostRelative [[spoiler: In the finale, it's revealed that Kanon was the Mikogami sisters' cousin all along.]]

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* LongLostRelative LongLostRelative: [[spoiler: In the finale, it's revealed that Kanon was the Mikogami sisters' cousin all along.]]


* ButNowIMustGo: [[spoiler: In the end, Misa and Kanon decide to go back to Vladonia to have a talk with Mr. Hatori.]]

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* ButNowIMustGo: [[spoiler: In the end, Misa and Kanon decide to go back to Vladonia to have a talk with Mr. Hatori. Pars also goes to his home country to live with his wolf friends there.]]


* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The Korean dub uses [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBk793VbLsU this very bubbly song]] as the opening.

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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The Korean dub uses has plenty of these:
** here's
[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBk793VbLsU this very bubbly song]] as com/watch?v=GdOT7KZtLro the opening.first opening]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAN-sb5oV8I the first ending.]]
** and here's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYwkQrM-YB8 the second opening]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6x1p1A08seQ the second ending.]]



** Episode 45 also takes place in the beach, where [[spoiler: almost everyone is temporarily turned into animalians because of a gas sent by Futatsugi]].

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** Episode 45 also takes place in the beach, where [[spoiler: almost everyone is temporarily turned into animalians because of a gas sent by Futatsugi]]. [[spoiler: Said gas only affected those with potential of becoming animalians in the future, which they do in the finale.]]



* ButNowIMustGo: [[spoiler: In the end, Misa and Kanon decide to go back to Vladonia to have a talk with Mr. Hatori.]]



* DatingCatwoman: In episode 45 we eventually find out that kibagumi member Kabaya is dating Rumiko, Riko's teacher, and isn't even planning on animalianizing her. [[spoiler: ...or is he?]]

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* DatingCatwoman: In episode 45 we eventually find out that kibagumi member Kabaya is dating Rumiko, Riko's teacher, and isn't even planning on animalianizing her. [[spoiler: ...or is he?]][[spoiler: They even end up married in the finale!]]



* GentleGiant: [[spoiler: Rufus Schonberg, after turning back to human, looks extremely huge, and acts very polite.]]



* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler: Everyone involved in the Animalian Revolution turns on Futatsugi after learning the truth of him.]]



* IChooseToStay: [[spoiler: In the finale, the Kibagumi decide to stay in Kamihama to live a happy life.]]



* ItsAllMyFault: [[spoiler: Rufus blames himself for choosing Mr. Hatori to be Misa/Michelle's wife, since he was the one who froze him in the Siberian mountains.]]



* LongLostRelative [[spoiler: In the finale, it's revealed that Kanon was the Mikogami sisters' cousin all along.]]



* NeatFreak: Arai is obsessed with cleaning.



* TheFaceless: We never get to see how Kanon's father looks like, there was just one scene where Kanon had a phone call from him.
** [[spoiler: In the end, Doctor the Turtle, or should I say the Mikogami's grandfather (in Tamotsu's side anyway) finally turns back to human, but we never get to see anything about his real appearance.]]



* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Arai fears anything dirty, and would always wash it right away.

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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Arai fears anything dirty, and would always wash it right away.WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue: Episode 50 replaces all the pictures in the ending with pictures of what happened to all characters after the end.

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* TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler: Rufus Schonberg, Kanon's grandfather, was the one who created the animalian revolution. Misa simply took over while he was hibernating in his coffin.]]


* DatingCatwoman: In episode 45 we eventually find out that kibagumi member Kabaya is dating Rumiko, Riko's teacher, and isn't even planning on animalianizing her.

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* DatingCatwoman: In episode 45 we eventually find out that kibagumi member Kabaya is dating Rumiko, Riko's teacher, and isn't even planning on animalianizing her. [[spoiler: ...or is he?]]


* BigBad: Misa Hatori, leader of the World Heritage Project, AKA the animalian revolution.



** Futatsugi seems to listen to himself more than anyone else, [[spoiler: since he turned Kamihama into a jungle despite Misa telling him not to.]]

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** Futatsugi seems to listen to himself more than anyone else, [[spoiler: since he turned Kamihama into a jungle despite Misa telling him not to.]]* CluelessDetective: The duo of detectives Oozeki and Komusubi usually fail at solving mysteries themselves.


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* DisproportionateRetribution: [[spoiler: 18 years before the show's events, Futatsugi made a love letter for Haruka and entrusted Tamotsu to send it to her, but he forgot to write his name in the letter. Thus meaning he hates Tamotsu's guts because of a mistake FUTATSUGI HIMSELF made. [[Main/JustifiedTrope Justified]] since in the end, Tamotsu DID get the girl.]]


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* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler: Futatsugi. He turned Kamihama into a jungle, tested animalian-turning gases into various locations, and used Misa's trust to get his plan in action.]]


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* LoveMakesYouEvil: [[spoiler: The reason Futatsugi has grudge for Tamotsu is because he got his crush, Haruka, before him.]]


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* MythologyGag: Some of the obstacles in [[spoiler:Futatsugi]]'s underground maze in episode 49 are based on some of the scenes from the opening.


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* {{Older Than He Looks}}/{{Younger Than He Looks}}: Oozeki is 48 years old and Komusubi is 26, yet they look like as if they were vice-versa so much that the police leader confused them for eachother.

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** Happened to Kanon in episode 48 after Ken, [[spoiler: who went over the 99 minute limit, ran away from her.]]

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