Have you ever wondered if an animal likes being what it is? Some people like to pretend to be other people and this is often called identity theft, but is there also evidence of animal identity theft…


BONUS CONTENT: Top 10 Facts you Need to Know Before Pretending to be an Animal


Dog that looks like a tiger

Dog that looks like a tiger

10 – The Dogar

FACT: Are you thinking about pretending to be a tiger? Well if you do you would have to run at speeds of 65 kph (40 mph!)

Elephant pretending to be panda

Elephant pretending to be panda

9 – The Elepandas

FACT: If you wish to pretend to be a panda you must first learn to live in high mountainous areas, usually from 2,700 to 3,700 meters (8,500 to 11,500 feet) above sea level where the air is very, very thin.

Wolf pretending to be a sheep

Wolf pretending to be a sheep

8 – The Weep

FACT: Every wanted to live with wild wolfs? Well to pretended to be a wolf you will need to get used to a diet of deer, moose, caribou, elk, bison, musk-oxen and beaver, but they have also been known to survive on voles and mice if need be! Makes chicken nuggets sound tasty!

Rhino pretending to be an elephant

Rhino pretending to be an elephant

7 – The Elehino

FACT: Why on earth you would, but if you really want to pretend to be an Elephant you will need to have a highly developed brain that is 3 or 4 times larger than that of humans although smaller as a proportion of body weight! It has been estimated that if us humans had the same brain and used it to full capacity we have IQ’s in the thousands!

Vulture pretending to be a chicken

Vulture pretending to be a chicken

6 – The Vulturen

FACT: Many of us are happy just to dance like one, but if you really want to pretend to be a chicken you will need to learn their language that has real meanings! Because chickens give different alarm calls depending on which type of predator is threatening them! And you would have to learn it, because like the saying goes: when it Rome!

cat pretending to be a raccoon

cat pretending to be a raccoon

5 – The Raccat

FACT: You are going to have to get fit to pretended to be a raccoon, because as well as being agile climbers, these animals are also very strong swimmers, although they are often reluctant to enter the water because without waterproof fur, swimming forces them to take on extra weight. So hit that gym, or get a personal trainer quickly!

Swan pretending to be a Flamingo

Swan pretending to be a Flamingo

4 – The Swaningo

FACT: To pretended to be a flamingo will need to eat some rather horrible things to get the colour of the feathers just right! So the pink, orange or red colours of a flamingo’s feathers are caused by carotenoid pigments in their food, and a flamingo’s diet includes shrimp, plankton, algae and crustaceans.

Cat pretending to be a rabbit

Cat pretending to be a rabbit

3 – The Rabbat

FACT: Pretended to be a rabbit is not all eating and hoping around! You need to be super clean! In general rabbits are very clean animals that will groom themselves and even each other about 2-3 hours each and every day.

Goldfish pretending to be a shark

Goldfish pretending to be a shark

2 – The Gold Shark

FACT: To pretended to be a shark you will need to learn how to swim at incredible speeds, but before all that you will have to decide which one you want to be as because there are over 400 types of shark and they range in size from 6 inches to 45 feet! So which one are you going to be?!?

Duck pretending to be a penguin

Duck pretending to be a penguin

1 –  The Pengoose

FACT: To pretended to be a penguin is not all healthy fish and fun in the sun and snow, you will need to super fit because real penguins jump straight out of the water onto the land and up to a distance of 4 1/2 meters!!!

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