Type 3: A Funny Animal has all the mannerisms of a human character and could be replaced with a human and the plot would be nearly identical, but at least visually retains the build and/or proportions of the actual animal. Examples include Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Porky Pig, and Daffy Duck.
Type 2: Petting Zoo People (20-70% or Kemono; NNF) is a type of animal character whose design is basically an animal's head, tail (if the species has one), skin, fur, feather, or scale coloring and pattern, and even feet stuck on a fur covered (feathered in the case of birds and scaly in the case of reptiles) human body. They may also feature some degree of pawpads and/or claws instead of bare palms and fingernails. Feet can be either digitgrade (or more animal-like) or plantigrade (or more human-like). Examples include Minerva Mink, the Star Fox cast, Florence (Freefall), and Rouge the Bat.
Type 1: A Barely Bestial Being (19.9% or less or Kemonomimi; NNF) is a person with animal characteristics, often of the 10% variety: the ears and tail of their matching animal. Additional features, such as abilities, claws, horns and instincts, may apply. Could pass for human with a few articles of clothing. Examples include: Son Goku (Dragonball), Inugami Kotarou (Negima), and Wolf (10th Kingdom).
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Type 1: people with slight animal traits, people with some animal characteristics such as ears and tail, but could pass for human with a hat and coat.
Type 2: people with major animal traits such as animal heads, or paws, but most of their body is humanoid. Examples include a wide range of anthropomorphisation. Usually have furry or scaly or feathered (as opposed to fleshy) bodies.
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(No massive mess of wicks. Funny Animal will still need to be cleaned up from the large amount of misuse.)