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‘Animalkin’ has been used to refer to people who spiritually identify as animals.

Media[]

«Animals Make Us Human» by Temple Grandin. Originally published 2009.

In fantasy[]

In the world to which Kale belongs, animalkin, often called thrallkin, were developed by human mages to create a subservient race of slaves that humans could use with little regard to the ethicality of the use.

— Seth Smith, 28 Aug 2019

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Otherkin; Bestiality

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