I would like to be like an animal which attacks other animals only when it is threatened and otherwise peaceful. To the best of my knowledge (I am not an expert on animals), no such animal exists. Therefore I would like to be what I am - a human being who retaliates only when provoked and otherwise peaceful.
Animals are wonderful and amazing!
"If I could be any animal which would I choose to be? Well, that is a really hard question. I love all animals! How do I choose just one? If I could choose to be any animal, I would choose to be a human so I could use my mind and my physical abilities to help all of the other animals and I would use my heart to love them!" by Sylvestermouse in Squidoo Community
A Cheetah because they are fast, beautiful and independent.
I've thought about this a lot over the years. I think I would like to be a wild horse. They are beautiful, they don't have to hunt down and kill other animals in order to eat, and they're strong and wild and free. They must be careful to avoid predators such as mountain lions and man. I would like a long mane and tail and have spots like an Appaloosa. If not a wild horse, then I would like to be a green sea turtle who is smart enough to avoid sharks and man. They are beautiful mysterious creatures who live a long life.
A Dog. They are loving and loyal and usually their owners love them as well.
OK. Sometimes in my dreams I find myself taking off like a bird or an insect and flying! It's such a wonderful feeling that I long to sprout wings and do it for real! So to answer your question I would be a hoverfly - for about two hours. These little guys are just amazing to watch. I'd zing and zoom straight up to flowers, settle, take a sip, launch myself vertically into the air then blur my way to a group of humans having a picnic at the end of a long flowery grassy garden.
Being cheeky I'd then land on a bare forearm with the delicacy of a minute ballerina. The human wouldn't even notice I was there! In a few seconds I'd be off again, hovering, stationary, wings a fantastic blur above a pile of sandwiches. My final flight would be an aerial show piece for the blumbering clumsy bumble bees!
Thanks for the question! I'm off.
by phoenix_028@yahoo 14 months ago
If you were to describe yourself, what kind of animal would best describe you.?I would be a wolf, their ability to survive as well as their relation to their family is a wonder...sort of the same as me.
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 6 years ago
Just a curiosity. Do animal lovers love human beings?
by aslaught 6 years ago
Should you get a pet at a breeder or pound?
by Ana Maria Orantes 4 years ago
What kind of bird did you see last time . You were out of your house.The last time, I saw a bird. It was on an avocado's tree. It was a blue jack. Also, I saw a big vulture with her chicks.
by Paula 3 years ago
What is your favorite kind of food? Ex. Would you choose Chinese, Mexican, American, etc?What portion of the world makes the kind of food that you tend to like the most? You can even go regional on this one, like the Southern United States for instance.
by TheHoleStory 2 years ago
What kind of an animal made this paw print?After the big winter storm Jonas we discovered some strange paw prints in the snow. Do you know what kind of an animal it may belong to?
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