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This is a list of fictional humanoid species in animation, and is subsidiary to the list of fictional humanoid species. It is a collection of various notable humanoid species that are featured in animated works including any species depicted using traditional animation, stop-motion animation, or CGI/computer animation.

Species Show Notes
Baabian Escape from Planet Earth Baabians have blue skin, fin-like hair on the back of their heads and others.
Bagi Bagi, the Monster of Mighty Nature A pink cat-woman genetically modified with the DNA of a human.
Homo Diclonii Elfen Lied A species which strongly resemble humans with the only obvious difference being the two horn-like protrusions extending from the temporal and parietal regions of the skull. They are a race of beings which psychokinetic powers via the use of their "vectors".
Irkens Invader Zim an imperialistic race of green-skinned humanoids from the planet Irk, a society based on universal conquest and where height is a determiner of social status. As such, their rulers are The Tallest.
Namekian Dragon Ball The Namekians (ナメック星人 Namekkusei-jin?) are a fictional race of extraterrestrials from the Dragon Ball franchise created by Akira Toriyama. They are humanoid with slug-like characteristics, including green skin and antennae. Namekians are philosophical warriors. They are among the most important races in the series.
Smurfs The Smurfs Small blue humanoid creatures.
Snorks The Snorks Small multicolored humanoid creatures.
Zentradi Macross a fictional, militastic race of alien, humanoid giants and often the main antagonist in The Super Dimension Fortress Macross anime series[1] and its Robotech adaptation.

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