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What is the difference between Anthropomorphic and Kemonomimi?
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Anthropomorphic characters are predominately animal with some human features. An example of an Anthropomorphic character would be Bugs Bunny. These types of characters must be filtered with the Anthropomorpic filter.

In order for a character to qualify as Anthropomorphic, they must have 3 out of 4 of the following characteristics:
Eyebrows
Capable of human expression
Opposable thumbs
Bipedal.

Kemonomimi characters are predominately human with some animal features. An example of a Kemonomimi character would be this Satyr. These types of characters do not need to be filtered under Anthropomorphic.

Kemonomiimi characters can have one or more minor animal features such as:
Ears
Tails
Whiskers
Horns
Claws/talons/hooves on hands or feet
Animal like teeth

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