If you were an Animal which one would you be

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  1. Mr.Blaze

    Mr.Blaze The Newbie Welcome Wagon

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    What most Animal would you be like or have more in common with?

    What Animal would others compare you to?
     
  2. ronjor

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    Party animal of course!! :D :cool:
     

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    loyal, faithful, protective
     

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    No fear! ;) :D
     

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    The Raven, to me, is one of the most misunderstood animals in the world. They are courageous and extremely intelligent. They are social, and committed. Whether playing, fighting, mating, or defending, they do it all, only bettered by the dolphins in the sea.
     
  8. hayc59

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    :) need i say more
     

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  9. lonewolf3367

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    A big bad wolf. Because when i go looking for miss little red ridinghood, she wouldn't have it any other way.
     
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    How 'bout this guy? :ninja: :ninja:
     

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    Hmmm... I kinda like this. ;)
     

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  12. iceni60

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    id be a cat :eek: you wouldnt catch a cat acting so silly,or would you?
     

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  13. ronjor

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    Most cats do as they please!! :D :cool:
     

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    :eek: Your kitty flipped me the bird! :rolleyes:
     
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    I would want to be a bird (an eagle maybe) because, in a way, a bird is not bound by gravity. If smart and quick enough, no animal can catch him (but man) to kill him. He can fly above all the rest and see everything as far as the horizon - and he can poop on anyone he wants! :D
     

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    good point......
    :rolleyes: :D
     
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    I would be a pig - their orgasm's last 30 minutes!!
     
  18. iceni60

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    is that all? :D
     
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    Panther,

    Powerful, Strong, Sleek and with attitude, don't mess with me :D

    Cheers :D
     

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    I will poop on you and there is nothing you can do about it - :p Sorry j/k - bad habit of mine.
     
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    I will wait in hiding until you land, and with that my breakfast will be warm and fresh. With feathers around my mouth I'll then look for lunch and dinner, got any friends? ? ? ?... ;) :D

    :D :D :D
     
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    ROFL>..... I'd be an elephant, no Tiger, Panther, Cat, Dog can harm them, hide is too thick to worry about bird crap and the BIG PLUS to being an elephant is......

    ... their mating habits last 4-6 weeks....

    they gather food, etc. put in circle around them and then .... yahooooooo!!!!

    TAS
     
  23. nadirah

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    I like to be a budgerigar:

    History
    Domesticated budgerigars have been bred from wild budgerigars Melopsittacus undulatus and have become the most popular species of pet bird in the world.

    Life span
    Budgerigars live for an average of 7-8 years but can sometimes live for up to 12 years.

    Distribution and Habitat in the wild
    Wild budgerigars are native to Australia, although they have been introduced to Florida, USA. In years when food is abundant, budgerigars are one of Australia's most numerous bird species. Their preferred habitat is scrub and open country.

    Behaviour in the wild
    Budgerigars are swift, agile flyers. In the wild, they travel in large flocks from one area to the next, constantly looking for food and water. They are active during the early morning and late afternoon, searching on the ground for grass seeds, their primary food source.

    Budgerigars breed during October and November (early summer in Australia) when there is a good food and water supply. They nest in small tree holes, laying 4-6 eggs which the female broods. The chicks leave the nest after 30 days.

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  24. dog

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    LOL ... but they are deathly afraid of teeny tiny MICE :D ... or was that just a myth in a fable ... o_O :blink: :ninja:

    *puppy*
     
  25. Tassie_Devils

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    phfffftttt!!!!.....nope... mice are no problems... :D :D

    Only thing we are afraid of is

    TECHNO RAT :oops:

    TAS
     

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