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All is well in Norio Tsuburaya's life, even though people (especially girls), don't seem to pay much attention to him. But everything changes after he has an accident and discovers he now sees the people around him as animals, literally! Furthermore, everyone seems to have taken a sudden interest in him, even the guys, and he can't go anywhere without being assaulted.

To add insult to injury, Norio accidentally lands on top of Kunimasa Madarame after stumbling. Kunimasa then proceeds to... mark him and claim him as his own. Norio manages to get away, but Kunimasa shows up on his doorstep the next day and reveals that Norio is actually a Madararui, a different type of hominidae (the other being humans). But Norio is a special type of Madararui, as he has the characteristics of both Monkeys and Cats; this makes him a very sought after prey, and Kunimasa has no plans to take no for an answer!

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5.25

Well, this is a pretty strange series. Things start out fairly clear (if you manage to bypass the many Walls O' Text information sections - seriously), but when you think you have a grasp of the plot you're introduced to even more characters, with even more relationships and backgrounds. Ultimately, piling so many on top of each other isn't too fortunate; even though there's focus on each pair for 1-2 chapters, it disrupts the general flow of the story. Plus, things are left in midair for the "main" pairing most of the time (even though it's a common technique, it doesn't mean it's not annoying).

As for the art, I felt it got worse as the volumes went by. Volume 7 is especially guilty of this, as most of the drawings seem doodle-quality and downright lazy: the mangaka doesn't add as much detail to faces as in the beginning and there's a rougher and more unpolished look which doesn't do the story (?) justice at all.

I'm not fazed by the more controversial content of this (such as the male pregnancy issue), but the manga is lacking in so many technical aspects that it's difficult for me to truly like and enjoy it. Could've been a great series up to this point, had the animal transformation aspect been explored further, but let's see how it turns out.

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