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Anthrocon 

Photo by Stephen Caruso
Wilson T. Longtail, of Florida, stands on a street corner, greeting fellow Anthrocon attendees as well as curious passersby.
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“Fernando’s is the furry restaurant,” Tanuki said, with heavy emphasis on the “the.”
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Although his name is Welsh, Dafydd is originally from Liverpool, in the United Kingdom, and now lives in the Midwest. It’s his first Anthrocon, but not his first furry convention.
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Yamishizen, left, plays with Nao, right. Yamishizen is from Ohio, while Nao is a Pittsburgh resident.
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“You take it off and gasp for air.” — Tanuki on what it’s like wearing the costume on hot days.
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Kiwi Niwi poses for the camera outside of the Westin Hotel, where many furries stay.
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Moonxtail — pronounced “moon crystal” — is from just outside Pittsburgh.
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Reo, left, is from Washington and is at his fourth Anthroncon. Viper, right, is from Arkansas and at his first.
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Shark Snider looks at one of the furries outside the Westin Hotel.
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(left to right) Twidget, from Ohio; Viper and Mizuhiro Neko, from New Hampshire; and Casey Lupus, also from Ohio, cross Tenth Street. Lupus is at his eighth Anthrocon.
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