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Eeljinkas are a series of anthropomorphised versions of cute eel pictures created using a japanese website. The name comes from the japanese phrase Gijinka, which essentially means “anthropomorphic”.
The original eel pictures are created using the site anago.crap.jp, named after the japanese name for salt-water eels. The site allows people to create their own custom designed eels using a number of different features, symbols and colours.
The first Eel anthro to be drawn seems to have been done by Tumblr user Gisu on the 19th October 2011.
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