Monster Musume is a supernatural romantic comedy aimed at the male audience. This Japanese anime, based on a manga of the same name, is about a young man named Kimihito Kurusu living with various monster girls. The setting of the series is in a modern world which learns that supernatural beings like harpies, selkies and centaurs exist. Within this world there is a "Cultural Exchange Between Species Bill" that allows humans to host monsters. Kimihito is one such human. At the beginning of the series Kimihito is host to a lamia named Miia.
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When Kimihito finds himself sucked into a government exchange program, he soon develops a monster problem- a monster girl! Hapless Kimihito finds himself sucked into a government exchange program that forces him to become caretaker to Miia, an overly-affectionate monster girl who is part snake. Something strange appears in the Kimihito household and quickly makes Miia its first victim. What is this slimy creature, and is it friend or foe? Agents from the Interspecies Exchange Agency arrive at the Kimihito household. The girls flee with Suu, but the Agency is there for an entirely different reason. Kimihito finds himself in one uncomfortable position after another when Miia begins shedding and Papi prepares to lay an egg.
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