Kemonomimi (獣 耳? Lett. "Animal ears") is a term that describes in the souls and manga humanoid characters that possess the animal characteristics. Unlike the kemono characters, which appear mostly theriomorphic, the kemonomimi characters typically look human except for the addition of animal elements, such as a tail, ears or claws. Often, these animal features are part of the character's clothing and can be removed at will. Cat, typically called nekomimi Blair by Soul Eater Lady Panther, Duel Monster of Beast type / Warrior of Yu-Gi-Oh! Pink of the hentai Dragon Pink anime Ichigo Momomiya in the Mew Mew version of Tokyo Mew Mew Ryo Shirogane in the Tokyo Mew Mew cat version Koboshi of Pita Ten Kyo Sohma by Fruits Basket Karura of Utawarerumono Cedar in the hentai manga Yume De Aetara Uriko from the video game Bloody Roar 2 All the protagonists of Free Collars Kingdom Kuu of Wanko to kurasō Neferpito of Hunter X Hunter Bastemon (Persiamon) by Digimon Ikuto Tsukiyomi by Shugo Chara! Chihiro of Sankarea Schroedinger of Hellsing Chaton and Marylon of MÄRConiglio, typically called usagimimi or usamimi Alice by Angelic Layer Alice Arisugawa and the other bunnies of Kagihime Monogatari Eikyuu Alice Rondo Berry Shirayuki in the Mew Mew version of Tokyo Mew Mew - À la mode Momiji Sohma of Fruits Basket Kuya and Sakuya of Utawarerumono Rami Nana-Hikari of the Keio Flying Squadron series Fran from the video game Final Fantasy XIICane, typically called inumimi Arma of Mahō Shōjo Lyrical Nanoha Elga, Luna and Rino di Inumimi Inuyasha of Inuyasha Kotaro Inugami from Negima Shigure Sohma by Fruits Basket Erurū, Arurū, Yuzuha, Dorii, Gura, Oboro of Utawarerumono Mikan, Kotarou and Silviana of Wanko to kurasō Millhiore Biscotti and other Dog DaysVolpe characters, typically called kitsunemimi: Masaki Gaillard of Amairo Islenauts Naruto Uzumaki of Naruto (does not have ears, but vibrissate on cheeks) Shippo of InuYasha Youko Kurama and Yu Koto of the specters Chizuru by KanokonUccello Coor of + Soul (crow) Harpy by Namiuchigiwa no Muromi-san Mint Aizawa Mew Mew version of Tokyo Mew Mew (lorikeet) Ringo Akai Mew Mew version of the Tokyo Mew Mew videogame (penguin) Touka of Utawarerumono Breakthrough Cytomander of the Gurren Lagann Skies. Monkey Pudding Wong Mew Mew version of Tokyo Mew Mew (leonine monkey) All the Saiyan of Dragon Ball Breakthrough Thymilph Gurren Lagann (gorilla) Wolf, typically called ōkamimimi Kouga of InuYasha Yuzuha of Utawarerumono Zakuro Fujiwara Mew Mew version of Tokyo Mew Mew Ransie werewolf version of Ransie the witch Nozomu of Kanokon Holo by Spice and WolfOther animals Yu Juri of the spectra (fish) Midorikawa Lettuce Mew Mew version of Tokyo Mew Mew (neofocena) Myu of InuYasha (flea) Ika Musume by Shinryaku! Ika Musume (squid) The Inkling and the Octarians of the videogame Splatoon (squid and octopus) Adiane of Breaking the Skies Gurren Lagann (Scorpio) Yeti of Namiuchigiwa no Muromi-san She-Ra Cat the characters of the Japanese-American Thundercats series Tigra, a character from Marvel ComicsUccelloOswald Cobblepot, known as Penguin, from Batman from DC Comics (penguin) The men-eagle of Flash Gordon (eagle) Sorceress, the keeper of Grayskull Castle in He-Man (hawk) Hawkman, Hawkwoman and Hawkgirl of DC ComicsAltroAngel Salvadore, Megan Gwynn and Wasp (character) of Marvel Comics (they have insect wings, in the case of Wasp, only when it is shrunk) Buzz-Off in He-Man (bee) Beast Man in He-Man Beast, Marvel Comics character and well-known member of the X-Men as well as the Avengers.
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