What's your favorite land animal?

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Leopards! I love cats in general. Make them much larger, amazingly quick and graceful, with a fascinating pattern? Truly awesome.
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I like birds. They're cute and free. If given the chance to choose if a witch will turn me into an animal, I'd prefer to be a birdie. ?

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My favorite animal ever is a dragon but since they're not real I have to say owls.

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I love dogs. The serviceable nature as well as their level of humility makes me love them.
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Any member of the cat family-big or small. They all have such presence.
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Although it's very difficult to narrow it down to one favorite, I have always loved giraffes. They are so different from other animals, especially in appearance. As for household animals I love cats, dogs, and hamsters!
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I would have to say that one of my favorite animals on land is the elephant. They are beautiful and intelligent creatures with hearts of gold.

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Birds of any kind because I'm jealous of their ability to fly. Also snakes because I think they are misunderstood by a lot of people. I once had a ball python as a pet. I also like monkeys, and would love to have one as a pet, if I had the right environment for it to be happy.
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My favourite land animals is giraffe especially the African specie. I like its very beautiful color.

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I love all big cats - lions, jaguars, panthers, tigers, etc. I think they are such an amazing animal and much closer to the household cats we all love than people know

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A wolf, definitely. It's like a dog but wild.

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Wow, so hard to decide......Horses, tigers and all of the other big cats.
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I don't discriminate, I love them all. If you watch any animal planet and you see how fantastic they are with their different skills and habits, it is endless source of amazement to me.

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Its a close tie between owls and bald eagles. They are majestic animals and can symbolize so many things. I am happy everytime I get to see one in person.

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I have always been a dog person. I also love cats but they don't compare to dogs

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