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yogsloth: I will never be this bored.
Never say never. But yeah... I had a similar reaction when I saw the thread title. :P
Avian: Owls. Everyone is fond of Owls.

Mammals: Fox! Red, Arctic, Silver, doesn't matter, I <3 them all.

Reptiles: Bearded Dragon.

Insectoid: Millipedes. Especially the giant African ones. They're nature's trains!

Aquatic: Cephalopods.
Post edited July 20, 2015 by ReynardFox
Elmofongo: There times where we marvel and fear animals of all species large and small. So I feel like discussing it. So here are the rules:

You must pick one animal of the species category, Avian, Mammal, Reptile, Insectoid, Aquatic, etc. So discuss.


Avian: Ravens

Mammals: Grey Wolves (They are the most family oriented of the canivorous mammals)

Reptiles: Turtles (what facisnates me of Turtles/Tortoises is their long life spans, imagine being able to live 100 years and the world around you changes yet you remain the same)

Insectoid: Ants (They are like their own society)

Aquatic:Cephalopods (Squids/Octopus) the most clever of sea animals.
There are a lot of people who live way past 100 years, though quite unusual, it´s not THAT rare.
Now if you are talking about turtles like the big archipelago ones who live around 300 years, THAT is something worth imagining.
Post edited July 20, 2015 by LoboBlanco
doady: Avian: Penguin. I like the way they walk and their lack of fear of humans.

Mammal: Orca. Smart and friendly, like all dolphins. Orcas look the coolest though.

Reptile: Penguin. See above.

Insectoid: Praying mantis. They look cool, and maybe have some degree of intelligence, maybe? I remember holding them in my hands when I was a kid.

Aquatic: either Penguin or Orca. See above.
They are as friendly as humans, yes :D

...not so to dolphins though, which they use as target practice, and penguins...and seals and infant whales. They are friendlier than lions though.
Avian: Pheasant (quite tasty)

Mammals: Dogs (quite tasty in korea apparently)

Reptiles: Hate reptiles

Insectoid: Hate insects

Aquatic: Trout is quite nice
Post edited July 20, 2015 by Riotact
Riotact: Insectoid: Hat insects
Riotact: Insectoid: Hat insects
Oh yeah, I hate kids too!

j/k :)

EDIT: Just spotted the spelling, cheers! :)
Post edited July 20, 2015 by Riotact
Bird: Owl
Mammal: Cheetah
Reptile: Tuatara
Invertebrate: Spider
Fish: Lionfish
 ▪  Avian:         <span class="bold">Gouldian finch</span> :  A beautiful and colorful bird.
 ▪  Mammals:    <span class="bold">Liger</span> :  The world's largest cat, a hybrid cross between a male lion and a female tiger.
 ▪  Reptiles:     <span class="bold">Chameleon</span> :  An absolute master of disguise.
 ▪  Insectoid:    <span class="bold">Honey bee</span> :  An amazing worker.
 ▪  Amphibian:   <span class="bold">Paedophryne amauensis</span> :  The world's smallest vertebrate.
 ▪  Aquatic:      <span class="bold">Bottlenose dolphin</span> :  A highly intelligent and social creature.
Avian : Eagle Owl / Birds of Paradise /day hunting silent raptor / fab

Mammal : Tiger / Narwhal /beautiful / social cetacean on which very little is known

Reptile : All pit vipers in general but the Neo-Tropical Rattlesnake seem to be the most unique to me. Also the King Cobra for being such an isolated giant mutant. Its in a genus all to itself!

Arthropod : Butterflies- the Birdwing ones are awesome to watch. Moths also since they are easier to get close to and watch.

Fish : Humbolt Squid - it travels around the Humbolt current and is as big as a human and it seems to me to be cooler than the Giant Squid. Also the Sychlids from the African Great Lakes that can change gender.
Post edited July 20, 2015 by Shadowstalker16
Avian: Parrot
Mammals: Cats
Reptiles: Chamaleon
Insectoid: Dragonfly
Aquatic: Whales (yes, their are also mammals)