Oh, gosh. I love animals so much. *-* Probably foxes, though. They're super cute and fluffy and I want to own a domesticated one... though I don't believe in domesticating wild animals so it's quite a conundrum for me. xD If offered a pet fox to adopt, I would do it in a heart beat, though!
I love dogs and cats as well since I work with them daily. :3
Let the storm rage on.... The cold never bothered me anyway.
I don't know what it is, but I've always loved any animals that tend to be slow. Sloths, koalas, turtles and even snails are some of my favorites. I also like dogs, but I much prefer the larger breeds to the small ones.
I mention my favorite animal in so many post, I'll mention them again, my favorite animal at the moment is the weasel - more specifically the long-tailed weasel [summer: dark brown on top, creme color underneath with black eyes, nose and tip of tail, and white in the winter with the black eyes, nose, and tip of tail].
from wikipedia - summer coat:
I also like all other animals that belong to the same family as the weasel does which are mustelids! - they also include ferrets, otters (its the main reason I love Oshawott, Dewott and Samurott so much), martens, badgers, wolverines, and I know there are a couple more I don't remember what they are.
Wolves and eagles are some of my all time favorite animals. But recently, the mantis shrimp might be becoming one of my favorites after seeing these picture on imgur a few nights ago. http://imgur.com/gallery/Eujgs I mean, look at all the amazing things it can do.
Although rather dull, I've always had a love for dogs. Cats...not so much, but definitely dogs. Although, I do think tigers are just brilliant creatures, so I suppose I do like cats in a way. I'm also quite fond of tropical birds like tucans and tropical reptiles like chameleons. (The song too!)
The animals I hate the most would be every and ill insects and creepy crawlies. Spiders, centipedes etc.
The animals I hate the most would be every and ill insects and creepy crawlies. Spiders...
I have severe arachnophobia, so seeing a detailed drawing of one on paper or a furry tarantula on TV or even so much as reading about them in a book or article and them being described in great detail, cause me to feel a buzzing feeling in the back of my neck and feel nauseated. So I feel you, brother.
Dolphins, particularly the common bottlenose. I'm inclined to see them as convergently evolved people.
We are obviously the most intelligent species on the planet but I love the notion that we're not the only one.