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There are many monster girls, but the Ogress is the only one that is actually possible.

http://www.animescience101.com/ogress/

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Today we have the second of the three monsters I will be covering from Everyday Life with Monster Girls, Manako the cyclops. What if any real world biology is there at play with our one eyed monster girl.

http://www.animescience101.com/cyclops/

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I'm back in time for Halloween with some more monster girls, this time from Everyday Live with Monster Girls. Zombies, the living dead, clearly they are the work of horror and science fiction writers, but is there any science behind them. Read on and you just might be surprised, by some of what you find out.

http://www.animescience101.com/zombies/

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Invisible people have been found in popular fiction since HG. Wells wrote the Invisible Man, and this has continued to the unnamed invisible girl at the end of Interviews of Monster Girls and Toru from My Hero Academia. The question is then, is it possible for a living thing to be completely invisible, and if that is true then how does it work.

http://www.animescience101.com/invisible-girls/

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Eri is the cute mysterious waif of My Hero Academia, who is being used to make anti-quirk bullets. The question is why does Chisaki need her blood to make them, and how does it work.

http://www.animescience101.com/anti-quirk/

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Continuing with my monster girls series, we look at the next girl from Interviews with Monster Girls, Machi the Dullahan. So what is a Dullahan (headless horseman) and how many of their traits can be explained by science.

http://www.animescience101.com/dullahan/

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I'm not dead I just forgot about this for a while.

Anime loves vampires from Alucard to Moka, and most recently Hikari. But what is the science behind the myth, is there any part of the vampire that is even slightly realistic. Vampires in Interviews with Monster Girls.

http://www.animescience101.com/vampire/

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This week its back to talking about genetics and gundam. This time it is the coordinators in gundam seed, the very topic that sparked the creation of anime science 101 in the first place.

http://www.animescience101.com/2017/02/04/coordinator/
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