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There are many ways in which hybrids and hybridization is described on a scientific level, (see [[wikipedia:Hybrid (biology)|Hybrid]]). However, within the context of the [[Cthulhu Mythos]], a hybrid may be narrowly defined as an individual or group of individuals that derive their genes from two distinct [[species]].
 
There are many ways in which hybrids and hybridization is described on a scientific level, (see [[wikipedia:Hybrid (biology)|Hybrid]]). However, within the context of the [[Cthulhu Mythos]], a hybrid may be narrowly defined as an individual or group of individuals that derive their genes from two distinct [[species]].
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An example of this is the [[Deep One]]-[[Human]] hybrids of [[Innsmouth]], (see [[The "Innsmouth Look"]])
 
An example of this is the [[Deep One]]-[[Human]] hybrids of [[Innsmouth]], (see [[The "Innsmouth Look"]])
   
==Hybrid as a Trope==
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Hybrid creatures and cross-species reproduction is a common theme in the Cthulhu Mythos.
 
Hybrid creatures and cross-species reproduction is a common theme in the Cthulhu Mythos.
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Innsmouth

There are many ways in which hybrids and hybridization is described on a scientific level, (see Hybrid). However, within the context of the Cthulhu Mythos, a hybrid may be narrowly defined as an individual or group of individuals that derive their genes from two distinct species.

An example of this is the Deep One-Human hybrids of Innsmouth, (see The "Innsmouth Look")

Hybrid as a TropeEdit

Hybrid creatures and cross-species reproduction is a common theme in the Cthulhu Mythos.

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