Which Animal Do You Turn Into When You're Happy/Angry

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Which Animal Do You Turn Into When Youre Happy/Angry - Quiz

We all express our inner most feelings as emotions. When angry or happy, what animal do you closely represent. Animals generally exhibit certain characteristics that term them as hostile or generally friendly. For instance the wild cats such as the tiger, cheetah and the lion, are known for their almost immediate hostility especially nursing mothers, whilst animals such as the dolphins have been known to be gentle creatures that exude good character, and friendship. Which animal do you closely describe when in a good mood or in a bad one? Find out as you take this quiz.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    The bond expressed between mother and child is also expressed by the ----------------------

    • A.

      Earthworm

    • B.

      Ostrich

    • C.

      Chimpanzee

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Earthworm
    Explanation
    The bond expressed between mother and child is also expressed by the earthworm. This means that earthworms also have a strong bond between a mother and her offspring, similar to the bond seen in humans and other animals. This suggests that the earthworm exhibits maternal care and protection towards its young, just like other species. The ostrich and chimpanzee are not mentioned as expressing this bond, so they are not the correct answer. Therefore, the correct answer is earthworm.

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  • 2. 

    When we mourn over the loss of a loved one, we act not too differently from the ---------------

    • A.

      Horse

    • B.

      Chimpanzee

    • C.

      Lion

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Horse
    Explanation
    When we mourn over the loss of a loved one, we act not too differently from a horse. Horses are known to exhibit signs of grief and mourning when they lose a companion or a member of their herd. They may display behaviors such as withdrawal, loss of appetite, and vocalizations. Similarly, humans also experience these emotions and behaviors when they lose someone close to them. Therefore, the comparison between human mourning and horse behavior is appropriate in this context.

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  • 3. 

    When you express fear, its also seen with the --------------------------

    • A.

      Cat

    • B.

      Horse

    • C.

      Rat

    • D.

      Lion

    Correct Answer
    A. Cat
    Explanation
    When you express fear, it is often associated with the phrase "scaredy cat," implying that cats are easily frightened. Cats are known for their cautious and skittish behavior, which aligns with the idea of expressing fear. Additionally, their quick reflexes and ability to pounce on prey further reinforce the notion of fear as they are always on high alert.

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  • 4. 

    When you are uncomfortable, your heart beat goes faster, which is also expressed by the ------------

    • A.

      Camel

    • B.

      Lion

    • C.

      Earthworm

    • D.

      Horse

    Correct Answer
    A. Camel
    Explanation
    When a person is uncomfortable, their heart rate tends to increase. This physiological response is also observed in camels. Therefore, the correct answer is camel.

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  • 5. 

    When we are optimistic, we are simply saying that its okay to know that --------------- act that way too.

    • A.

      Rats

    • B.

      Dogs

    • C.

      Tigers

    • D.

      Hyenas

    Correct Answer
    A. Rats
    Explanation
    When we are optimistic, we are simply saying that it's okay to know that rats act that way too. This implies that being optimistic allows us to accept and embrace the fact that even rats, which are often considered negatively, have their own behaviors and characteristics. It suggests that optimism encourages us to have a positive and accepting attitude towards all living beings, regardless of societal judgments or stereotypes.

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  • 6. 

    When a sibling expresses jealousy over a younger sibling, the emotion expressed is no different from those expressed by --------------------------

    • A.

      Wild male cats

    • B.

      Domestic male cats

    • C.

      None of the above

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Wild male cats
    Explanation
    When a sibling expresses jealousy over a younger sibling, the emotion expressed is no different from those expressed by wild male cats. This suggests that jealousy is a common emotion that can be observed in both humans and animals. Just like wild male cats may feel threatened or envious of other cats, siblings may feel the same way when they perceive that their parents' attention or resources are being divided. This comparison highlights the universality of jealousy across species.

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  • 7. 

    When agitated, we express bad outcomes, which is also found in the behavioral traits of ------------------------

    • A.

      Lions

    • B.

      Honey bees

    • C.

      Earthworms

    • D.

      Horses

    Correct Answer
    A. Lions
    Explanation
    When agitated, lions express bad outcomes, such as growling, roaring, or attacking. This aggressive behavior is a common behavioral trait among lions.

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  • 8. 

    When a mother is distressed by similar distress affecting her child, she is expressing what typically a ----------------------- would express.

    • A.

      Mother camel

    • B.

      Lioness

    • C.

      Mother hen

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Mother camel
    Explanation
    When a mother is distressed by similar distress affecting her child, she is expressing what typically a mother camel would express. Mother camels are known for their strong maternal instincts and their ability to sense and respond to their offspring's distress. They are protective and nurturing, just like human mothers, and often exhibit signs of distress when their young ones are in trouble. Therefore, the given answer suggests that a mother experiencing distress due to her child's distress is comparable to the behavior of a mother camel.

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  • 9. 

    When we express sadness in the act of "a minute's silence", we make expressions -------------------------- also make.

    • A.

      Lions

    • B.

      Honey bees

    • C.

      Dogs

    • D.

      Magpies

    Correct Answer
    A. Lions
    Explanation
    When we express sadness in the act of "a minute's silence", we make expressions similar to what lions also make.

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  • 10. 

    Just as we go the extra mile when we are given incentives, the ----------------------- also acts same.

    • A.

      Domestic cat

    • B.

      Domestic rat

    • C.

      Lab rat

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Domestic cat
    Explanation
    The correct answer is domestic cat because just like humans, domestic cats also tend to put in extra effort or exhibit certain behaviors when they are given incentives. This can be seen in their playfulness, hunting skills, and their willingness to please their owners. Domestic rats and lab rats may not necessarily exhibit the same level of response to incentives as domestic cats do. Therefore, the correct answer is domestic cat.

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