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Anthro, regarding the furry fandom, has come to be used as a descriptor term for:
- Anthro - Any animal, creature, or species that is anthropomorphic (humanoid) in nature.
- Anthro fan - Any fan that prefers this term over furry fan, or identifies himself/herself/themselves as part of the anthro fandom.
- Anthro artist - Any artist (pro or fan) that prefers this term over furry artist, or identifies himself/herself/themselves as part of the anthro fandom.
- Anthro art - Any media that the artist does not wish to be identified as furry art. Can also be used as an identifier for funny animal art.
- Anthro character - Any type of character normally called a furry and/or furry character.
- Anthro fandom - A group of fans and artists who are interested in the artwork and stories aspects of funny animal fandom, but are not involved in the social or lifestyle aspects, sexuality, and/or the perceived "baggage" that said fandom carries (controversies, mainstream perception, etc).
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