I just stumbled upon this image on social media:

Cuddling with snake girl

Can you please identify this anime or the source of the image? Google Reverse Image Search isn’t helping.

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    Both with Google Lens from the right click menu in chromium, and google reverse image search, the phrase "monster musume" is incredibly prominent - at the top of both of the pages of results. What do you mean it "isn't helping"? Did you post this just to confess your off-topic fantasy? Apr 7, 2022 at 20:16
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    @AdamBarnes I am still getting “Fictional Characters” keywords on reverse image search. Now, it also shows this page. If you are getting direct answers now, that’s possibly because of this page.
    – user931
    Apr 7, 2022 at 21:01
  • @AdamBarnes I just tried doing a google reverse image. I don't find anything relevant; in fact, it can't even find this question. It looks like I'm among the unlucky ones.
    – Clockwork
    Apr 8, 2022 at 14:37

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This is from the harem series Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou, also known as Everyday Life with Monster Girls. It depicts the protagonist Kimihito being cuddled by the lamia girl Miia, the first of the titular monster girls to join his harem.

Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou is primarily a manga, that began in 2012 and is still ongoing, but there was also a 12-episode anime adaptation that aired in 2015. Both the manga and the anime are NSFW, but stop just short of being full-blown hentai.

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    "Hanime" is the accepted term.
    – Valorum
    Apr 7, 2022 at 16:30

According to a newspage from Crunchyroll*, the image is from the anime Monster Musume (also known as "Everyday Life with Monster Girls").

* No direct link due to NSFW content, search for "crunchyroll Miia July 18, 2015" in Google

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    Also, that site is not entirely safe for work either.
    – Clockwork
    Apr 7, 2022 at 10:12
  • @Clockwork I removed the problematic link
    – Turamarth
    Apr 7, 2022 at 10:44
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    You could also include the link with a NSFW warning in parenthesis; I've seen it done before, although I don't know if there's a standard for it.
    – Clockwork
    Apr 7, 2022 at 12:56

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