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Alt title: Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls

Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou Episode 3 - Everyday Life Under Dangerous Circumstances

The Kurusu family's homestay grows to three in the blink of an eye. Not yet accustomed to living with three monster girls, Kimihito's life is a series of disasters. When Miia sees Kimihito helping others, her jealousy boils over. With each girl loving Kimihito in their own way, they eventually come to blows!

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Everyday Life with a Lamia

Everyday Life with a Harpy and Centaur

Episode 2

Everyday Life with a Harpy and Centaur

Everyday Life Under Dangerous Circumstances

Episode 3

Everyday Life Under Dangerous Circumstances

Everyday Life with a Slime

Episode 4

Everyday Life with a Slime

Everyday Life with a Mermaid

Episode 5

Everyday Life with a Mermaid

Everyday Life with Shedding and Egg Laying

Episode 6

Everyday Life with Shedding and Egg Laying

Everyday Life with MON and an Arachne

Episode 7

Everyday Life with MON and an Arachne

Everyday Life in Poor Health

Episode 8

Everyday Life in Poor Health

Everyday Life with Threatening Letters

Episode 9

Everyday Life with Threatening Letters

Everyday Life with D

Episode 10

Everyday Life with D

Everyday Life with a Dullahan

Episode 11

Everyday Life with a Dullahan

Everyday Life with Monster Girls

Episode 12

Everyday Life with Monster Girls

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espie666 espie666 says

Both anime revolve around the theme of cute, monster girls learning to adapt to everday life in the human world for the sake of their ordinary human caregiver. 

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Both are slice of life shows centered around a protaganist who seems to collect roommates with non human characteristics. 

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