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Lycanthropy would be incredible, or some other therianthropy, although there are some I can think of that would be a little stupid.
In folklore, mythology and anthropology, therianthropy can be used to describe a character that shares some traits of humans and some of non-human animals.
I've actually come across the concept of therianthropy before.
Shinto, sun-myth; rules in Yengi-shiki; therianthropy; shrines; Board of Religion; first use of name (c. 586); relation to Buddhism; mixed, with Buddhism; overshadowed by Buddhism, and subservient; insincerity; in Heian epoch; priests support Southern Court; relations with Confucianism and Buddhism; Pure Shinto; combined with
 The word lycanthropy is sometimes used generically for any transformation of a human into animal form, though the precise term for that is technically \ "therianthropy\".
I also think that it is no coincidence that therianthropy resembles young children’s early anthropomorphism which is to attribute human properties to animals, though I neglected to cover this in SuperSense.