kittehkocaine (kittehkocaine) wrote in jrock_yaoiclaim,

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Hidden away in the Hakone mountain area west of Tokyo, several leading scientist conducted secret experiments which combined mostly domestic animal and human DNA together to see if the evolutionary gene could mutate between the species and to advance stem cell research.
Their experiments didn’t last however, as a mixture of activists and queries into the moral issues these inhumane scientific studies ignited, forced the government to cease funding the research, which inevitably led to the laboratory shutting down. During the dismissals of the scientists the highly unstable chemical then transferred into the lake which contaminated the water supply with this DNA compound. This didn’t show signs of effect to the surrounding towns till several months later a woman gave birth to a girl with a full length canine tail with matching ears.
This was just the beginning of a new breed of human. As the years progressed many children began to be born with features of household animals, some more obvious than others and as the epidemic spread occasionally more exotic animal attributes would arise in the new born.

The year now is 2047, more information has come about about it was clear that the gene was dormant in some born from the chimera (a mixture of two or more species in one body) and this was fortunate for those few, as there was a growing increase in social rejection and discrimination towards the chimeras.
Now the only way for them to survive is by living in secret and hiding their true identity, otherwise the chimera’s are captured by a large underground network of hunters where they are bought and sold for entertainment purposes, or made to work in backroom clubs that catered for the members of human society that wished to indulge themselves in the company of the hybrids.

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