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Without a doubt in my mind I'd be a healthy, full grown 550lb male lion. I love the way they walk the African grasslands knowing they are the supreme land predator. Even a pack of hyenas retreat once a single male lion appears.
i'd be a bird.
a hummingbird. i think it would be neat to be able to zip and fly like that and do vertical takeoffs like fighter jets.
oh yea, and they're the most beautiful animals in the world imo.
lions are beautiful, no doubt. someday i want to visit their world...forget Paris!
I'd be a chimp. I would give up brawn for brains any day! (Besides, they're so darn cute!)
i was going to write a hub about life in the shadow of Kilimanjaro (Tanzania)...now i will for sure because this made me start thinking about it again. i didn't do it because i thought it wouldn't be a 'moneymaker' but it's such a wonderful place i have to.
yea I've been contemplating a 'beast wars' hub...comparing different predators, land and sea...the 'moneymaking' thing is always an issue! I've got some sick footage though from Nat Geo!
i need to know why you to have hide your sexuality of who you are and how you feel about others comments of how you should be in public with as far holding hands,or kissing!
I would be a malamute hands down - but probably a new and improved version - like they actually LISTENED to every command - but they are so social I think I have their personality - yet another hub!
Definitely NOT the Mojave green rattlesnake that struck PAST me a few nights ago and ended up 9 feet down in the pit where I was dumping stuff. (No, I don't understand the experience at all.)
Well, in my rodeo days, I always wanted to be a saddle bronc. But not a mare, and didn't want to ge a gelding either. So would have to settle on being a top bucking bull, preferably a Brahma cross (love 'em), go for Bull of the Year and then get to make lots of baby bulls to pass on the genes.
It's the opposite of what I am, but I would like to be a cheetah, or a jaguar. I think I'd enjoy being a cheetah - running, climbing, even swimming and faaaaaaassssst!
by Angie5 years ago
If you could be an animal, which would you be?I would be a cat, specifically one of my cats. They live like royalty and would not have it any other way!
by Kevin Languedoc6 years ago
What would you say to God if you came face to face with God?
by DaniellaWood6 years ago
If you could be any animal, what would you be?!Me? I'd be a mouse...they're intelligent, nifty, sweet and overall excellent survivors...so what animal would YOU be and why?? :-p
by John Crozier6 years ago
What is your favourite animal and why?
by Jeff Boettner5 years ago
If you had to be an insect, which one would it be and why?
by Saqib Mahal2 weeks ago
Hi Hubbers, Please help me with my article. I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article The Beautiful side of Pakistan you wish you had seen earlier (must...
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