Shapeshifting

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Tsarevna Frog (or The Frog Princess), by Viktor Vasnetsov, tells of a frog which metamorphoses into a princess
Beauty and the Beast, by Anne Anderson, illustrates the popular children's tale

Shapeshifting is the act of being able to change into another being or form.[1][2] The idea of shapeshifting has been around since the Middle Ages. It has been used in literature and epic poems, including works such as Peleus and Thetis[3] and the Iliad. The trend of shapeshifting is still being done today. It is a theme in children's literature, and works of popular culture.

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