The symbol used to represent Therianthropy.
The symbol is made up of two Greek characters the delta which is a triangle (symbolizing change and the shift in mentality from humanoid to animalistic) and the theta which is a circle with a line in the middle (referring to the ‘Th’ in therian, the name given to one with this identity).
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