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    I got porcupine on first go but disagree so did again same result... do you relate?

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    Mole Characteristics: Observant • Introspective • Pessimistic

    Scientific Name: Castor Canadensis

    Collective Term: A labor of moles

    Moles are not overburdened by Beauty

    It's easy to recognize a mole personality. They have pasty complexions and are usually seen in late night coffee shops, jazz bars or underground clubs. To avoid drawing attention to themselves, they favor dark clothing and sunglasses and are the first people to volunteer for the graveyard shift.

    Physically, moles are not awe-inspiring individuals. Their pale skin and plump physique are usually accompanied by thick glasses or contacts that compensate for poor eyesight. However, they are comfortable with their flaccid bodies and seek companionship with others who appreciate their more philosophical qualities. Shunning contemporary fashions, moles prefer dark clothes and retro-styles.

    There's something compelling about the mole personality, and in the early sixties it was quite fashionable to be a mole in the form of a creative and philosophical beatnik expressing angst through music and poetry. Bob Dylan and John Lennon carried the mole standard into the seventies, but the fashion largely died and moles were forced back underground.

    Moles Personalities are Physically Distinctive

    Passive and unassertive, they prefer to retreat at the first sign of confrontation and would rather run than take physical action. If they were to be found on a rare trip to Disneyworld, angry tan lines would be a dead giveaway to their mole personality.

    Moles are restless and, although constantly engaged in activity, they never seem to get anything done. Careers are taken seriously, though. So seriously, in fact, that with their little heads down and their backs fully into the job moles may not notice the world going by. But even moles have dreams, and long for a time when they can put down the shovel and take a well-deserved hammock break on a quiet shady beach.

    Moles have extremely sharp minds and are excellent problem solvers. As reflected in their determined burrowing through difficult terrain, moles prefer solutions with straight lines rather than having to go around problems. When confronted with difficult issues they never give up; hacking away with dogged determination until the answer is found. This attribute makes them perfect for jobs in engineering, accounting or diagnostic work. With their unique underground perspective on life, moles have enormous potential as songwriters, poets, or left-wing journalists, and some of the world's finest philosophical writing has emanated from moles.

    Moles in the Wild

    Moles spend most of their lives in darkness. Living in underground burrows, they tunnel through tough soil to make their living. Moles are voracious eaters and can consume more than their own weight in food daily.

    They are superbly adapted for their unique underground environment: Strong, curved claws make short shrift of even the toughest soil, and mating, childbirth, and dying all take place deep below the surface.

    Careers & Hobbies

    Engineering • Songwriting • Grave digger • Researching
    Music • Poetry • Coffee shops • Designing

    Love & Friendship

    Sex is not the most important thing in the mole's life but if there is one animal personality that can push all the right buttons; it would be its soul mate, the bat. (Yoko Ono) The bat and the mole share a love for dark intimacy and when these two get together, black magic is bound to happen.

    Despite its shy and gentle manner, the mole has an overwhelming desire to connect on a very deep level. If unable to relate to its lover, it turns s to a close friend for a fix of affection, or uses poetry and writing to express its inner turmoil.

    Moles also connect well with another nocturnal colleague, the owl. In many ways this is a perfect match; for the erudite owl is a great listener and the mole an eager speaker. Fellow insectivores like the prairie dog, beaver and porcupine also find common ground with their subterranean cousin.

    Best Mates For a mole

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    And all heard the music of Alduin's doom
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    i found the line "only reveals the side that it wants to you to see" to be pleasant... most tests don't address that often... anyhow, for sort of a silly test, the results weren't far off for me....
    "I will employ all of my cunning and my patience
    Then we will persevere
    I find I can get behind radical ideas and make them real
    You do what you want to do
    I cannot tell you how to feel"

    “Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood.”
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    GORILLA CHARACTERISTICS: Large size • Unpretentious • Fun loving • Adventurous • Gentle • Lazy
    SCIENTIFIC NAME: Gorilla gorilla
    COLLECTIVE TERM: A band of gorillas

    Gorillas are strong, unpolished individuals with a gruff exterior that conceals a soft and chewy center. They are capable, happy-go-lucky individuals with a disarming naiveté. Maybe a little hairy with a tattoo or two too, they are unpretentious and engaging creatures who brighten everyone's day with their enthusiastically warm greetings. Drawn to large and eclectic social groups, gorillas have little in the way of vanity, pay little attention to their physical presentation, and can even be a bit of a slob. A gorilla isn’t one to recycle or pick up after itself.

    Even when a gorilla is smiling, there’s an underlying sense of menace that radiates from its personality, and it’s certainly built for physical confrontation. But it's difficult to imagine a gorilla actually inflicting bodily harm. However, if a gorilla or its family is threatened, transgressors quickly realize their mistake. With body hair standing on end, and its large frame at full height, a gorilla is a fearsome sight to behold. If you happen to find yourself in a child-custody battle with a gorilla personality, it's better to negotiate an up-front peace than endure a prolonged and bloody battle.

    Gorillas are intelligent but not overly motivated, and when young, avoided all sorts of formalized learning. That’s why, as adults, their intelligence is largely described as “street-smarts”, and they have the kind of raw talent and problem-solving skills that make them excellent mechanics, plumbers or computer troubleshooters. .

    Gorillas are unmotivated by money, and will avoid strenuous physical exertion in favor of spending leisure time at play, and because their careers take a backseat to the pursuit of recreation, they rarely reach great heights in business. However, if they're lucky enough to find a job that incorporates fun and physical prowess - such as a personal trainer or professional wrestler - they usually rise to the tops of their field.

    Gorillas' appreciation for the good life also puts them in good stead for careers in the service industry, including the hotel and restaurant businesses, and employers seem to appreciate the gorilla's gruff but can-do attitude.

    Gorillas are the largest of the great apes; weighing up to six hundred pounds. Living in troops consisting of a single adult male and several females, gorillas do not defend a particular territory. When two troops do mingle, they generally ignore one another, and fighting between groups is rare.

    With the exception of man, gorillas have no natural enemies, although leopards have been known to take the occasional youngster. Probably as intelligent as chimpanzees, gorillas are less volatile in their emotional makeup, belying their savage reputation.

    Mechanic • Plumber • Repairperson • Personal trainer • Food Industry • Service industry
    Wrestling • Motorcycling • Watching TV • Sports fan

    Monogamous relationships suit the gorilla's style. They happily honor their mates with fidelity and cooking in return for great backrubs and the occasional haircut.

    Gorillas are well suited to animal personalities that complement their laid back lifestyles. This includes the entire canine family -- which includes dogs, foxes, and wolves. Wild dogs in particular appreciate their strong amiable spirits.

    An unlikely union with the cottontail proves to be quite enduring... the fluffy personality of the rabbit is enveloped by the gorilla's personality, and the bunny reciprocates with unadulterated adoration and affection. Bird personalities are particularly vexing to the gorilla’s essence. Their raucous ways irritate the gorilla who is far too earth-bound to accept their fickle ways.

    Sometimes gorillas find themselves way over their heads in a relationship -- and a heartbroken gorilla is a pitiful sight. Avoiding unions with the snooty sable, standoffish swan or dangerous lion, the gorilla will spare itself the despair that comes from utter rejection, but gorillas are a hardy species and a failed relationship will soon be forgotten. Their high-spirited fellow primate, the baboon, is a natural balm for tough times and these two species love nothing more than hanging out while exchanging texts and massages.

    If you are a wolf or bear, lets be freinds.
    “An intellectual says a simple thing in a hard way. An artist says a hard thing in a simple way.”
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    Fox Characteristics: Autonomous • Generous • Creative • Flirtatious • Procrastinating
    Scientific Name: Vulpes vulpes
    Collective Term: A skulk of foxes

    The Astute Fox
    The fox personality is very much a creature of the night and, along with its dog relatives, is among the most gregarious of the carnivores. These agile-minded personalities are always active and -- although they never go out of their way to harm others -- have developed an unfair reputation for slyness and manipulation. The female of the species is called a vixen for good reason: with a sharp mind and equally sharp tongue, it’s best to stay on her good side, especially since she’s like to rise to the top of her chosen field.

    Charming Carnivores
    Appealing, cerebral and of average size, the fox is a close relative of both the wolf and dog personalities and displays the typical canine qualities of loyalty, passion and creativity. Largely misunderstood to be a shy, retreating individual, it's the fox's stature as a small carnivore that defines its survival strategy. Because it cannot succeed using brute force alone, the fox must rely on its sharp mind and engaging personality to garner resources. Because it spends so much time in its head -- giving the impression that it's trying to outsmart everyone – the fox isn’t surprised that others find its intellectual pursuits quite intimidating (and often annoying).
    Foxes are fussy eaters and, with an appreciation for the finer things in life, demand quality in entertainment, food, and friends. Their love of exploration dovetails with their passion for overcoming challenges, which is why foxes are often found mountain climbing or journeying to exotic, forbidden places.

    Foxes can be Subtle
    Flamboyance is not the fox's style; it prefers to remain inconspicuous in a small, cozy house, which is usually organized and neat. Choosing subtlety and cunning over brute strength, they are unquestionably hunter personalities and are usually in good physical shape and perform well in pastimes that challenge both mind and body.
    Foxes are typically successful in the workplace, but their competitiveness and ambition sometimes make coworkers feel belittled. While they would never deliberately take advantage of others, their single-mindedness often blinds them to the feelings of others. Foxes thrive when running their own businesses, but will usually seek a trusted partner in these ventures. Although they prefer consensus in partnership decisions, they usually dominate discussions and steer plans to reflect their own agenda. Competent in a wide range of fields, foxes are particularly well suited for a career as computer programmers, lawyers, doctors or politicians.

    Foxes in the Wild
    Foxes are closely related to dogs and jackals and comprise a number of distinct species; each with its unique range. Assessing the worldwide population of foxes is difficult as these animals mainly go about their business at night and are skilled at staying out of sight, although they sometimes fall prey to coyotes and wolves. Today its main enemy is man... and because of its tree-climbing habit, it is an easy animal to trap, although most species are not considered endangered. During the day, foxes rest in thick brush or in the hollows of tree. The fox is the only member of the canine family to routinely climb trees and often escapes danger by running up the trunk of a sturdy tree and navigating overhanging branches.
    Foxes are not particularly fast runners, nor do they have the endurance for long chases... relying instead on their keen intelligence to make their living.

    Careers & Hobbies
    Computer programmer • Lawyer • Doctor • Advertising
    Chess • Gambling • Debating • Jeopardy
    Love & Friendship
    As lovers, foxes are passionate and inventive, with their agile minds and bodies leading to exciting romps. Yet, because foxes are generally uncomfortable with the idea of emotional neediness, they rely on their partners to generate the romance and safe harbor.
    Despite their roguish reputations, foxes are quite discerning in their choice of mates. They are particularly attracted to the creativity and gumption of eagles, zebras and wild dogs... creatures with which they are physically and temperamentally well -matched. Foxes should avoid wildcats and tigers, however, for while these aggressive carnivores provide immediate carnal gratification, their feline characteristics clash with the fox's canine essence.
    Beneath its even-handed exterior is a deeply emotional core that the fox keeps well-guarded. Lovers quickly realize that the fox prefers nurturing to being nurtured, which is really just a fox ploy to avoid intimacy... a fox will never reveal its vulnerabilities unless it finds a mate who it intellectually respects, and emotionally trusts.
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    Owl Characteristics: Eloquent • Sincere • Conservative
    Scientific Name: Tyto alba
    Collective Term: A parliament of owls

    The Owl Personality is Sober

    The owl is the tranquil face of the bird personalities. A creature of great integrity, its quiet demeanor accords it an air of mystery and diffidence, and it is widely recognized as a serene, wise observer of human society. Always well-groomed, it is a noble individual with elegantly chiseled features that border on the fine edge of beauty and homeliness. Its large eyes are often framed by handsome eyeglasses.

    Owls have developed quite a reputation for intelligence, but it's really their calm, insightful natures that give this impression. Instead of an intellectual approach to life, they employ their deeper spiritual senses to guide them and -- like their nocturnal cohorts the bats -- have a deeply philosophical bent.

    Spending much of their time in solitary pursuits, owls like to hole up in quiet working environments and venture out only when necessary. They are not playful creatures. Only engaging in exercise and activities in order to keep physically fit, they avoid more gregarious animal personalities like dogs, dolphins, and sea lions.

    Owls are not without their assertive side, however, and won't hesitate to use their razor-sharp tongues to settle arguments. Rarely the aggressor in a confrontation, owls only fight when their survival or honor is at stake, and show no desire for a prolonged or physical struggle. Owls espouse nonviolence, think logically, and argue persuasively.

    The Owl’s Career

    As an astute observer of human nature, owls are eminently suited to be judges or diplomats. Their trustworthiness and dependability makes them perfect for positions of responsibility... perhaps as bank managers, heads of state, or religious leaders. A conscientious worker, an owl takes its responsibilities seriously and, when it accepts the burden of public office, it does so with the grace and skill typical of its species.

    With an enormous capacity for hard work, owls achieve great things in almost any field they choose. This success doesn't always translate into financial rewards, when they are drawn to jobs in the teaching profession, which invariably satisfies their need to impart wisdom to others.

    Owls in the Wild

    In the wild, owls often live in churches and empty houses and are prone to swooping out of the dark with a ghostly appearance. Their eerie hoots create a mournful backdrop to their spooky behavior, and these sounds are probably responsible for the origin of a number of ghost stories.

    Although owls can sometimes be seen by day, they function best at twilight and patrol their regular routes hunting for mice and squirrels.

    Owls are able to hunt in complete darkness, having evolved a system of "outer ears" hidden under their feathers, and by detecting slight differences in the timing of their prey's noises, owls are able to zero in on prey by sound alone; thanks to their asymmetrical ear flaps,

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    GIRAFFE CHARACTERISTICS: Good-looking • Confident • Sophisticated • Uncompromising • Snooty
    SCIENTIFIC NAME: Giraffa camelopardalis
    COLLECTIVE TERM: A loft of giraffe

    Giraffes are graceful, well-groomed individuals moving through life with the confidence and elegance that only big game animals exhibit. Michael Jordan is a typical giraffe; Tall, good-looking, and successful, he stands heads and shoulders above the rest of the animal kingdom. In full stride with their long legs pumping, giraffes effortlessly cruise through the day.

    Giraffes are not particularly arrogant, but have an extraordinary talent for becoming the center of attention. Although their highly visible frames make them somewhat self-conscious, they would never dream of hiding their height by stooping. Even though they don’t capitalize on their size, giraffes are perpetually worried about what other people think, and they are an easy target for jealous backbiters.

    Since most of the giraffe's self-confidence stems from its physical stature, it is fastidious about its appearance, and its tastes in consumer goods are refined and expensive, and lean toward Armani and Mercedes.

    Giraffes spend a great deal of their personal time shopping or showing off their latest purchases. They certainly could be accused of being somewhat self-conscious and maintain an aloof posture designed to enhance their image. Giraffes have little need for worldly goods other than personal possessions that serve to enhance their prestige, and would rather own a few prized possessions than money in the bank – so their ambitions are limited to having a comfortable living environment, close friends, and universal admiration.

    Their living spaces tend to be untidy, large apartment or sparsely furnished loft being the giraffe's preferred living environment. When (and if) they decide to go to work, giraffes can make a good living with their physical attributes alone – mostly as models or dancers. Their heightened aesthetic sense makes giraffes naturally suited for the creative arts, including writing and acting. But as athletes they have no equal.

    Intellectually, giraffes are no owls, but then they've never had to rely on their wits to compete... their graceful presence and charms grant them a serene and gentle passage. When necessary though, they display a sharp wit and an engaging sense of humor.

    The tallest animal in the world, the giraffe tops out at eighteen feet. Living in herds with casual social structures, the females and their offspring live separately from groups of males.

    The thirteenth-century Arabic writings of Zakariya al-Qaswini declared, "The giraffe is produced by the camel mare, the male hyena, and the wild cow," and the mystique surrounding the giraffe persists to this day.

    Some observers believe that giraffes never sleep, although they certainly do, for about thirty minutes a day. Another puzzle surrounding the giraffe is its unusually large voice box, and for a long time it was believed that giraffes were mute. Naturalists are still unsure why such a large voice system rarely gets used.

    Model • Dancer • Writer • Actor • Athlete
    Basketball • Gossiping • Hiking • Shopping

    Giraffes are archetypal romantics and suitors are in for an agreeable surprise when they first encounter the giraffe's prehensile tongue. Candlelit dinners with classical music and a bottle of French wine make it go weak at the knees.

    But like everything else in their lives, giraffes are awfully picky about their lovers and would never dream of stooping below their station. So although they don't have many choices when it comes to marriage, elephants, bison, and rhinos are always delighted to have a giraffe on their arms.

    As a member of the cloven hoof society, the obvious choices for long-term unions would be one of the large ungulate personalities including the zebra, horse, hippo and deer. With a shared love of the outdoors -- and common distaste for small hyperactive rodents – they spend hours strolling about and chewing the cud. But, the ideal mate for the giraffe is the splendid sable. This proud animal is a perfect match for the picky giraffe and the resulting union is powerful and enduring.

    This isn't to say that a giraffe is incapable of a carnivorous love affair. In fact, some sterling friendships result when a giraffe gets together with a wildcat, wolf or otter. But even with a high level of mutual respect and powerful sexual attraction, long-term marriages between these mismatched species rarely succeed.

    You may also be THE ELEPHANT

    ELEPHANT CHARACTERISTICS: Oversized • Spiritual • Intelligent • Principled • Protective • Pompous
    SCIENTIFIC NAME: Loxodonta africana
    COLLECTIVE TERM: A herd of elephants

    An elephant personality is someone whose deliberate movements exude confidence and calm in all aspects of his or her life. It may not be the king of the animal world, but it certainly a member of the royal family. With its imposing physical presence and spiritual demeanor, it moves easily through life and few barriers can hold it back.

    There's a touch of cool in the stoic elephant that's appealing and reassuring and, in all probability, its composure stems from the knowledge that it has no natural enemies; even the lion and crocodile personalities pay homage by giving it a respectful berth. Only the unpredictable tiger has been known to trigger any semblance of anxiety in this otherwise unruffled animal.

    Generally slow to anger, elephants can sometimes exhibit a violent temper, and will employ their powerful personalities to humble unwanted intrusion.

    If an elephant sets its mind to something, it won’t waver in its commitment until the task is completed. Their intelligence -- combined with a formidable personality -- gives them a terrific advantage in business and social affairs, while their communication skills make them first-rate leaders. Trustworthy and honest, they always let others know where they stand with regard to their feelings.

    In business, elephants are usually found in leadership roles as executives or company presidents and, although highly paid, are never ostentatious with their wealth. Interestingly, when it comes to the top echelons of political office, elephant personalities are far more likely to be female... females are more likely to maintain an even temper while their counterparts tend to be less predictable.

    Elephants are the largest living land animal, and have a communal society that requires an intricate communication system. A little-known facet of elephant behavior is that they purr.

    For a long time naturalists were puzzled by the unusual sound emanating from elephants’ stomachs. These sounds have nothing to do with digestion and can be heard over incredibly long distances, and these low-frequency tummy-rumblings would suddenly stop when someone approached. It turns out that the sounds act as a signal to the rest of the herd that all is well, and when danger approaches, the sudden silence alerts all.

    In addition to their belly-calls, elephants trumpet loudly and aggressively and these shrill tones unmistakingly signal that elephants are in the neighborhood.

    Manager • Judge • Musician • Business Executive • Politician • Leader
    Singing • Family • Art appreciation

    It’s not just the elephant’s size that impresses its lovers. Certainly size matters, but this is not what has given rise to the legendary tales about elephant lovers. Elephants inject so much emotional and physic energy into a relationship that lovers find so compelling. Certainly it isn't their looks; elephants are somewhat underwhelming with their plain gray appearances.

    Elephant personalities almost always have a passion for the arts -- particularly history and psychology, and find enormous value in the lessons of the past. They tend to seek mates who appreciate their gentle sensitivities, yet strong enough to keep pace with their powerful personalities. They are attractive -- and attracted to -- larger herbivorous animals; particularly zebra, rhinos and horses, and have an irresistible soft-spot for the long-necked big-game personality... the giraffe
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    I got the sea lion lol

    Honestly I wouldn’t mind living at the beach

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    The Irresistible Cottontail
    Cottontail personalities are small, gentle individuals with a tendency towards shyness and have an instinct to scuttle at the first sign of danger. Their extraordinarily acute senses are always on the lookout for impending peril. But the hallmark of cottontails is that they are astoundingly cute and rely heavily on their adorable personalities and vulnerable appearance to garner friends, mates and resources.
    Cottontail Personalities can be Quirky
    These beautiful and skittish creatures have the most elegant imaginations of all... spending endless hours creating magnificent castles in air and populating them with a variety of whimsically pastoral characters. These romantic dreams dramatically influence the cottontail's behavior, and --- although they could be described as quirky -- they're friendly, warm, and understanding.
    Although they are bright, cottontails often hide their intelligence if it threatens to interfere with their primary method of survival: cuteness! Almost all mammal personalities find them to be irresistibly attractive and cottontails rarely need to employ personal resources to succeed in their careers or relationships.
    Cottontail Personalities are Socially Adept
    Their quiet, solitary behavior is often mistaken for timidity, but cottontails are actually quite aggressive in their search for resources. They may lack the physical strength of larger animal personalities, but count on their social skills to compete in the workplace.
    Cottontails function best in situations that don't involve confrontations, which means they are not natural salespeople. Instead, their ability to play well with others means they are well-suited for careers in customer support, diplomacy, administrative work and nursing.
    Cottontails in the Wild
    Cottontails have fur that varies in color from a reddish-brown to dark gray. They are abundant throughout the world and particularly favor brush-covered woodland. As an herbivore, the cottontail faces challenges in digesting the coarse twigs and grass that makes up its diet, and unlike other grazing animals -- such as goats and sheep which can chew their cud -- the cottontail must pass the food through its digestive system twice to ensure complete digestion.
    Careers & Hobbies
    Diplomat • Nursing • Actor •Advertising
    Hiking • Flirting • Volunteering • Camping
    Love & Friendship
    Cottontails can be impossibly cute, and while their gentle natures makes them thoughtful partners, their propensity to follow-the-leader makes for something of a lackluster lover. Unbridled passion might be the cottontail's promise but its tendency to go with the flow makes this bunny's love life predictable and submissive.
    So why do people love cottontails so much? Perhaps it’s because they put the feelings of others before their own. The cottontail's partner always comes first, even before its children and siblings. But this doesn't mean that cottontails are desperate for mates... they choose their partners deliberately and carefully.
    Cottontails have an annoying habit of leaping into bad relationships... it's the cottontail curse that irresistibly draws them towards stronger animal personalities who offer the strength they crave. But these relationships are ultimately disastrous, as Monica Lewinsky encountering the teeth of a wolf.
    Bats and foxes are too spiritual for these practical animals, so long-term relationships are best with fellow herbivores who share the cottontail's pastoral spirit. Deer, prairie dogs, and beavers make for strong unions, but marriage to passive sheep are their best bet for the long run.
    Best Mates For a cottontail
    A reliable team
    You take care of each other
    They call you Thumper!
    Giggle friends
    You're in love!
    Prairie Dog
    A superb union
    Great lovers

    idk lol I guess some things fit and some don't
    I don't think I "hide my intelligence" and the career recommendations look a little off...
    but yeah

    um, I am not a "lackluster lover" lol
    also you can be submissive and passionate at the same time (I am)...
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