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** This is somewhat common among female leads in [[Creator/CoolKyouShinsha Cool-kyou Shinsha's]] manga. Haru (''Manga/{{Ojojojo}}''), Kaoru (''Manga/ICantUnderstandWhatMyHusbandIsSaying'') Rino (''My Girlfriend Without Wasabi''), and Kyou (''Manga/{{Fullmapla}}'') all display this at times (though unlike Tohru, they are all normal humans).

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** This is somewhat common among female leads in [[Creator/CoolKyouShinsha Cool-kyou Shinsha's]] manga. Haru (''Manga/{{Ojojojo}}''), Kaoru (''Manga/ICantUnderstandWhatMyHusbandIsSaying'') Rino (''My Girlfriend Without Wasabi''), (''Manga/MyGirlFriendWithoutWasabi''), and Kyou (''Manga/{{Fullmapla}}'') all display this at times (though unlike Tohru, they are all normal humans).


* ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog''
** [[MsFanservice Rouge the Bat]] from the SonicTheHedgehog games has little fangs, 'cause she's, ya know, a bat.

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** [[MsFanservice Rouge the Bat]] from the SonicTheHedgehog games has little fangs, 'cause she's, ya know, a bat.


** Arf and ''[=StrikerS'=]'' Agito. The former is a [[PettingZooPeople wolf-girl]], while the latter is a demon-girl.

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** Arf and ''[=StrikerS'=]'' Agito. The former is a [[PettingZooPeople [[BeastMan wolf-girl]], while the latter is a demon-girl.


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* In ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}'', As young Nick is checking out his Junior Ranger Scout uniform in the mirror, one little fang pops out during one of his smiles then pops back in. His little fangs are also visible when he later recites the oath on the words "brave" and "helpful".

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* In ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}'', As young Nick is checking out his Junior Ranger Scout uniform in ''ComicStrip/OnTheFastrack'', [[spoiler:Thrip has become a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent cyber vampire]]. Even for her, the mirror, one little fang pops out during one of his smiles then pops back in. His little fangs are also visible when he later recites the oath on the words "brave" and "helpful".tiny]].



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* In ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}'', as young Nick is checking out his Junior Ranger Scout uniform in the mirror, one little fang pops out during one of his smiles then pops back in. His little fangs are also visible when he later recites the oath on the words "brave" and "helpful".
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* The Adipose creatures in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Partners in Crime" have one of these. They're supposed to look like the lone milk tooth of an infant.



* Andrew Zimmern, host of the Travel Channel's ''Series/BizarreFoods'' has odd front teeth that give him this appearance when he smiles.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': The Adipose creatures in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E1PartnersInCrime "Partners in Crime"]] have one of these. They're supposed to look like the lone milk tooth of an infant.
* Erica from ''Series/MyBabysittersAVampire'' and she uses them to her full advantage.
* The Cat from ''Series/RedDwarf'' has large, somewhat comical-looking fangs. They're the only visible sign that he's not really human. Considering the fact he's a flighty, ridiculous cat-man, they probably qualify as cute.



* Andrew Zimmern, host of the Travel Channel's ''BizarreFoods'' has odd front teeth that give him this appearance when he smiles.
* Erica from ''Series/MyBabysittersAVampire'' and she uses them to her full advantage.
* The Cat from ''Series/RedDwarf'' has large, somewhat comical-looking fangs. They're the only visible sign that he's not really human. Considering the fact he's a flighty, ridiculous cat-man, they probably qualify as cute.



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* In ''ComicStrip/OnTheFastrack'', [[spoiler:Thrip has become a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent cyber vampire]]. Even for her, the fangs are tiny]].
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* ''Animation/PleasantGoatAndBigBigWolf'': The ''Pleasant Goat Fun Class'' version of Wolffy, who is much younger than his normal version, has a little fang in his mouth.

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* Prince Talmit, the hero of ''Marvel Land''. Well, in the [[https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/genesis/586306-marvel-land/images Japanese cover]], at least.


** What do you mean, Nightmare Moon's fangs [[FangsAreEvil don't count]]?


* For a seiyuu example, we have Asami Tano (who plays Sarah Kazuno in ''Anime/LoveLiveSunshine''; in an odd twist, the character she portrays does not have the cute fang).

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* For a seiyuu example, we have Asami Tano (who plays Sarah Kazuno in ''Anime/LoveLiveSunshine''; in an odd twist, the character she portrays does not '''not''' have the cute fang).


* Rin Matsuoka from ''Anime/{{Free}}'' had a small pair of fangs when he was a child. Now, he has inexplicably grown [[ScaryTeeth a complete set of shark-like teeth]].

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* Rin Matsuoka from ''Anime/{{Free}}'' had a small pair of fangs when he was a child. Now, he has inexplicably grown [[ScaryTeeth a complete set of shark-like teeth]]. They regain their cute status after he [[TookALevelInKindness takes a level in kindness]] in season two.


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* [[SwordAndGun Mutsunokami]] [[{{Keet}} Yoshiyuki]] in ''VideoGame/ToukenRanbu'' has these, especially in the [[Anime/ToukenRanbuHanamaru anime]] [[Anime/KatsugekiToukenRanbu adaptations]], which add to his [[AnimalMotifs dog-like nature]].

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* Kaguya ocasionally had a fang in earlier chapters of ''Manga/KaguyaSamaLoveIsWar'', though this detail was eventually phased out and instead given to her ShadowArchetype [[spoiler:and cousin]] Maki.


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* Careful S. of ''Animation/HappyHeroes'' has little fangs in his mouth.
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* Killua Zoldyck, from ''Anime/HunterxHunter'' has them.

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* For a seiyuu example, we have Asami Tano (who plays Sarah Kazuno in ''Anime/LoveLiveSunshine''; in an odd twist, the character she portrays does not have the cute fang).

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** According to the TCG and the manga, Korrina has pairs of fangs (two of each on her upper jaw and her lower jaw).

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