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* In Myth/CelticMythology, [[BloodKnight the Morrigan]] has crows, which is her preferred animal form. Badb, a goddess whose name means "crow," is either one of her titles, her sister or an aspect of her, depending on the source.


* Spiders appear as a motif in ''ComicBook/{{Marvel 1602}}'', usually around Peter Parquagh. Given who his [[Comicbook/SpiderMan modern counterpart]] is, spiders seem to be a symbol for destiny (perhaps a reference to the web of Fate).

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* ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' is arguably the TropeCodifier since many of his villains are distinctly patterned on animals:
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Spiders appear as a motif in ''ComicBook/{{Marvel 1602}}'', usually around Peter Parquagh. Given who his [[Comicbook/SpiderMan modern counterpart]] is, spiders seem to be a symbol for destiny (perhaps a reference to the web of Fate).


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** ''ComicBook/{{Hunted}}'', the first story event from ''ComicBook/NickSpencersSpiderMan'' {{Lampshades}} this when Spider-Man points out that it's "not hard to see the theme here" among the many animal themed rogues being rounded for Kraven the Hunter's latest evil scheme. Two of the bad guys doing the rounding up, Taskmaster and Black Ant actually discuss in a dark comedic way whether Hammerhead, the mob-boss with a metal plate in his skull fits given the shark name but they decide that he hadn't committed, i.e. actually dress up and use gadgets which fit his animal gimmick. When all the rounding up is done, [[spoiler:Taskmaster gloats to Black Ant, when he betrays him, that hey an ant is also an animal]].


Animals, like {{flower|Motifs}}s, are a motif that tends to be gendered. Men are usually compared to animals that are clearly predatory: wolves, lions, and bears, for example. Women generally get the cute and fluffy animals as motifs, such as bunnies. However, women have historically had a strong association with the cat which, while cuddly and furry, is also a predator. Cats are therefore a common motif for female characters, but one aspect of the feline mystique will most likely be emphasized over the others -- the woman will either be a predator, [[SexyCatPerson a seductress]], or a sweet little kitten. (Lionesses are especially popular for {{Action Girl}}s: they look very different from male lions, and most people know it's lionesses who do the hunting, so a lioness motif conveniently emphasizes both femininity and ferocity.) Women are also frequently associated with foxes, also a predatory animal, although it is the fox's attractive nature or reputation as a trickster that is being invoked. A woman represented by a large, predatory animal is most likely to reference MamaBear because, like the lioness, it is simultaneously feminine and ferocious. Some animals can be used as a motif for any sex, for example. Horses are usually associated with women or little girls because stereotypically AllGirlsLikePonies, however old men are often associated with horses as well. In stories old men protagonists have to prove themselves to the public that they aren't feeble or useless in their old age.

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Animals, like {{flower|Motifs}}s, are a motif that tends to be gendered. Men are usually compared to animals that are clearly predatory: wolves, lions, and bears, for example. Women generally get the cute and fluffy animals as motifs, such as bunnies. However, women have historically had a strong association with the cat which, while cuddly and furry, is also a predator. Cats are therefore a common motif for female characters, but one aspect of the feline mystique will most likely be emphasized over the others -- the woman will either be a predator, [[SexyCatPerson a seductress]], or a sweet little kitten. (Lionesses are especially popular for {{Action Girl}}s: they look very different from male lions, and most people know it's lionesses who do the hunting, so a lioness motif conveniently emphasizes both femininity and ferocity.) Women are also frequently associated with foxes, also a predatory animal, although it is the fox's attractive nature or reputation as a trickster that is being invoked. A woman represented by a large, predatory animal is most likely to reference MamaBear because, like the lioness, it is simultaneously feminine and ferocious. Some animals can be used as a motif for any sex, for example. Horses are usually associated with women or little girls because stereotypically AllGirlsLikePonies, however old men are often associated with horses as well. In well, in stories old men protagonists where they have to prove themselves to the public that they aren't feeble or useless in their old age.

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*In {{Theatre/Trifles}}, Minnie is represented by birds and this is given more details in the book ''A Jury of Her Peers'', where, it's mentioned that, before her marriage, Minnie was a free spirit, who loved to sing and wore pretty clothes. Before and during her marriage, she kept a canary to which John killed, said canary representing herself from years ago and the the Minnie that was "killed" by her marriage. Likewise, the caged bird is meant to represent a woman's place in 19th/early 20th century society.


* Besides having a tiger for a best friend, [[NewspaperComics/CalvinAndHobbes Calvin]] frequently visualizes himself as animals. His favorites are dinosaurs, with him usually as an ''Allosaurus'' or a ''T. rex'', and those around him as herbivores.

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* Besides having a tiger for a best friend, [[NewspaperComics/CalvinAndHobbes [[ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes Calvin]] frequently visualizes himself as animals. His favorites are dinosaurs, with him usually as an ''Allosaurus'' or a ''T. rex'', and those around him as herbivores.

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* ''ComicBook/WonderWoman'': The Greek pantheon keeps some of their ties to their sacred animals, usually whittled down to one animal to correlate to each deity, and some gods with no sacred animals in the original mythology gain animal motifs in the comics:
** Aphrodite wears an oversized shirt with a dove on it, and is accompanied by other dove related imagery when she wants to make a big entrance.
** Apollo's ravens show up with less frequency than many of the other god's related animals but they are there.
** Ares maintains his tie to both serpents and dogs, mostly visible through his sons Phobos and Deimos who accompany him on the battlefield in the guise of monstrous dogs, and Phobos sometimes manifesting his head as writhing cobras.
** Artemis will occasionally manifest with slender deer antlers.
** Athea is almost always seen with her owl, except for that time she was an anthropomorphic owl herself.
** Dionysus is tied to foxes in DC, unusual as his sacred animals in mythology were panthers, bulls and serpents.
** Hades remains fond of dogs, and is often accompanied by Cerberus.
** Hera has multiple articles of clothing heavily decorated with peacock feathers, and her diadem has a very simplified peacock centerpiece.
** Heracles is usually wearing the Nemean Lion skin, and even when he's not his girdle and greaves are engraved with lions.
** Hermes is still connected to hawks, and even takes on hawk like attributes like talons in some manifestations.
** Zeus is tied to eagles, best seen in the New 52 with his feathered cape.


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* Communications Workers of America has a [[http://www.cwa-union.org/pages/see_n_say See 'n' Say toy]] which depict business officials as animals based on their negative traits.
* Downplayed: WebVideo/{{Jon|Tron}} of the ''WebVideo/GameGrumps'' tends to prefer bird {{Franchise/Pokemon}}, along with having a bird sidekick in his own series.
* In ''AudioPlay/TheCartographersHandbook'' the Wendigo are often compared to big cats such as pumas.
* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'':
** Ruby is associated with wolves. She is based on Literature/LittleRedRidingHood, and is never seen without her hooded red cloak as result. She is first introduced fighting Beowolves, a type of [[AnimalisticAbomination monstrous wolf-creature]]. When she sleeps, she wears a eye-mask that is shaped like a wolf.
** Team CRDL (pronounced 'cardinal') contains four members who are all associated with birds. The leader is Cardin Winchester, whose name is associated with cardinal, a bright red bird named after the red robes of the ecclesiastical cardinal. He wears a breastplate with a bird in flight on it. Two other team-mates also wear armour with bird motifs found somewhere on them: Dove Bronzewing, who is associated with pigeons and doves, and Sky Lark, who is associated with the skylark. The remaining member is Russell Thrush, who looks more like a punk and doesn't wear armour. All the birds have Christian folklore attached to them, hence the 'church knight' appearance of most of the team.
** Little Miss Malachite used to be afraid of spiders. As a result, she decided to overcome that fear by making spiders work for her. She now runs a criminal information network in Mistral, using the symbol of a spider sitting on a web to identify her criminal headquarters. Every single member of her organisation can be identified by the presence of a tattoo of the same symbol somewhere on their body. She is based on the nursery-rhyme character, Little Miss Muffet.
* ''{{Literature/Worm}}''
** Taylor (the protagonist) is noted by other characters to be like the insects she [[TheBeastmaster controls]]. Both positive and negative meanings are in play here- insects are creepy, potentially poisonous, and on the bottom of the food chain. But they're also tough, versatile creatures, talented at working in groups and creating useful things like honey and silk. Taylor shows nearly all of these traits over the novel's course.
** The character Bitch controls dogs, and due to a traumatic childhood, thinks and acts like a particularly intelligent one. She essentially considers her pet dogs family [[spoiler:(and is deeply touched when Siberian gives her a wolf cub)]] but is NotGoodWithPeople.
* Dogs (to be more precise, Pomeranians) are [[LetsPlay/YoVideogames Maximilian's]] animals of choice. After all, his mascot, Benny, is one. Taken to a logical extreme where, in ''Videogame/TokyoJungle,'' Max plays as a Pomeranian while his friend Matt favors the saber-toothed tiger.
* From Wiki/{{Killerbunnies}}, we have Arachne, who, fitting of her name, tends to have a spider motif and behaves very much like one, which is to say, she won't bother unless bothered.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sq-j03_Tr4M This bizarre music video]] depicts [[AllPeriodsArePMS various symptoms of PMS]] as women turning into animals; a prickly hedgehog, a starving black bear, an emotional elephant, and a solitary lioness.
* In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', Sharkface is identified as a shark, [[PlayingWithFire ironically enough]]. His helmet visor is painted with a shark's mouth akin to old-school nose art, and a tattoo of a shark jaw on his chest. He is also [[EverythingsEvenWorseWithSharks a fierce hunter]] trying to find Carolina and Washington to kill them.
* In ''[[WebAnimation/AmyAnimatedShort Amy]]'', we see this represented in shadows. The titular's shadow is seen as a mouse, something that is small and meek, while her guardian's shadow is a wolf, something predatory. When Amy gets back at her abuser, her shadow becomes a lioness, something that represents courage.
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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': Zuko's sister, Azula's, motif is the snake.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Egyxos}}'': The heroes have several, including the falcon-headed Horus. Among the villains are Anubi, a humanoid jackal and Sobek, a humanoid crocodile.
* ''Toys/EverAfterHigh'':
** The [[Literature/AliceInWonderland Cheshire Cat]]'s descendant is fittingly enigmatic and manipulative, in addition to having a cat's ears and tail.
** In the Hale novelizations, each character is able to summon a familiar: [[TheDreaded Raven]] summons a powerful, intimidating dragon. [[TheAce Apple]] summons a fox, which is sly yet adorable. [[KnightInShiningArmor Darling]] summons a white horse.
* ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'' has a blue bird appearing in key shots throughout the two-parter "Nature." The bird also appears in ''Beforel Orel''. [[WordOfGod Dino]] says the bird represents Orel's innocence.
* ''WesternAnimation/MummiesAlive'': Each mummy has an animal motif for their PoweredArmour - falcon (Ja-Kal), cat (Nefertina), ram (Armon) and snake (Rath). BigBad [[MeaningfulName Scarab]] also has one in his (much less friendly-looking) transformed state.
* The main characters of ''WesternAnimation/MotorCity'' all have {{Cool Car}}s named and designed after animals:
** Mike: Mutt (dog)
** Julie: 9 Lives (cat)
** Dutch: Whiptail (scorpion)
** Texas: Stronghorn (rhino)
* Adelaide from ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'' has a black widow spider theme: she has a red hourglass pattern on the back of her shawl, has a web of yarn strung all over her house, [[spoiler:and traps Wirt and Greg by wrapping them bodily in yarn.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/SilverHawks''
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Homer loves primates, has been portrayed as an ape, and has been compared to a gorilla by Bart. Attempts by scientists to determine his species have been... inconclusive. "[[AmbiguouslyHuman He is either a below average human being, or a brilliant beast]]."
** Chief Wiggum has been called a pig for more than just being a cop. He even appeared as a pig man in a [=WoW=] parody.
-->'''Wiggum:''' Sideshow Bob has no decency! He called me "Chief Piggum!"
* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'':
** Steven's favorite ice cream treats are Cookie Cats, he has grown cats on his fingers, has a Leo horoscope, spawned a wrestling persona named "Tiger Millionaire", and even got a pet ''lion''.
** Quartz gems seem to be associated with felines in general. Amethyst has a cleft lip resembling a cat's mouth, frequently shape-shifts into a cat, and has a wrestling alter-ego known as the "Purple Puma". Jasper's striped form, golden-stilted eyes, and cat-like gem-nose makes her resemble a tiger. Rose Quartz seems to be associated with lions, stated to be a deliberate allusion by the creators to the goddess Ishtar who was said to have seven lions pulling her chariot. Smoky Quartz is explicitly modeled on a ManekiNeko.
** Because of her beaklike nose and panicky nature, the fandom have nicknamed Pearl "Bird-Mom".
** Peridot reacts to [[spoiler:being captured]] in much the same way as a cat: hiding in corners, clambering over furniture, and developing a fascination with mirrors. The metaphor fits well with her cunning, distrustful nature.
** More cats- in the crossover episode with ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa'', [[TheMultiverse he pulls out a checklist]] of [[MythologyGag other Cartoon Network series he's visited.]] [[UnexpectedCharacter Smack-dab in the middle are the]] WesternAnimation/SwatKats. (They were likely included because Rebecca Sugar, creator of ''Steven Universe'', stated in [[http://www.laweekly.com/arts/steven-universe-the-first-cartoon-network-show-created-solely-by-a-woman-4184413 an interview that she watched the show back in the 90s.]] Perhaps that's why there are so many cat motifs in this show, then?)
** Sardonyx, the fusion of [[LadyofWar Pearl]] and Garnet, produces an aura that takes the form of a swarm of dragonflies. Sugilite, the fusion of [[WildChild Amethyst]] and Garnet, produces an aura that takes the form of a ''dragon''. Garnet herself has the animal motif of the butterfly, another flying creature, as seen in “Mindful Education”.
* Megatron in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' has rather shark-like facial features, which fits into his powerful, bloodthirsty and frightening character.
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* Jafar, the villain of ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', was actually given a snake motif: his hat and robes resemble the hood and body of a cobra, he has vaguely serpentine eyes, teeth resembling a venomous snake's fangs, a constant tendency to flick out his tongue while speaking, he always carries a cobra-headed staff with him all the time, and at the end of the film, [[OneWingedAngel he even]] [[ScaledUp turns into one.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife'':
** Manolo with bulls. He comes from a family of bullfighters, but can't bring himself to deliver the final blow.
** Joaquin with eagles, given the small, but generous number [[http://mexopolis.tumblr.com/post/111915120844/bookoflifedetails-joaquins-eyepatch-has-an of them]] surrounding him throughout the movie.
** Xibalba with snakes, given his magical staff is a two headed snake. WordOfGod even states that the snake staff is actually a part of Xibalba himself.
* From ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'', the Other Mother is especially given imagery of a spider. It's revealed to be her real form, and her kind is known to [[spoiler: eat their offspring]].
** Bugs are everywhere in the film as well. The Other Mother added them to the Other World because she thought Coraline liked bugs.
* An in-universe example in ''Disney/BrotherBear''; the protagonist's spirit animal - much to his annoyance - is a bear, and he ends up getting transformed into one.
* ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' takes it so far as to name characters after what species they are ([[GeniusBonus or what style of kung fu they practice]]). For example, Tigress practices Tiger Style, and her personality is deeply emotional and fiercely competitive. Monkey is playful and used to be the town prankster.
** Master Oogway, a tortoise, is patient and wise.
** The peacock Shen is a vain perfectionist.
* In ''WesternAnimation/IvanhoeBurbankAnimation'', Bois-Gilbert has a raven motif, and Front-De-Bouef has a bull.
* Beetles are a motif in ''WesternAnimation/KuboAndTheTwoStrings''. A beetle is Kubo's family crest, the character of Beetle is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin self-explanatory]], and, as mentioned above, Music/TheBeatles originally performed the song that is used in the end credits.
* Crows appear frequently in ''WesternAnimation/LovingVincent'' as Armand's mission shifts from finding a recipient for Van Gogh's undelivered letter to working out how and why he died. The painting [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheatfield_with_Crows Wheatfield with Crows]] forms the basis for several scenes.

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* Jafar, the villain of ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', was actually given a snake motif: his hat and robes resemble the hood and body of a cobra, he has vaguely serpentine eyes, teeth resembling a venomous snake's fangs, a constant tendency to flick out his tongue while speaking, he always carries a cobra-headed staff with him all the time, and at the end of the film, [[OneWingedAngel he even]] [[ScaledUp turns into one.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife'':
** Manolo with bulls. He comes from a family of bullfighters, but can't bring himself to deliver the final blow.
** Joaquin with eagles, given the small, but generous number [[http://mexopolis.tumblr.com/post/111915120844/bookoflifedetails-joaquins-eyepatch-has-an of them]] surrounding him throughout the movie.
** Xibalba with snakes, given his magical staff is a two headed snake. WordOfGod even states that the snake staff is actually a part of Xibalba himself.
* From ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'', the Other Mother is especially given imagery of a spider. It's revealed to be her real form, and her kind is known to [[spoiler: eat their offspring]].
** Bugs are everywhere in the film as well. The Other Mother added them to the Other World because she thought Coraline liked bugs.
* An in-universe example in ''Disney/BrotherBear''; the protagonist's spirit animal - much to his annoyance - is a bear, and he ends up getting transformed into one.
* ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' takes it so far as to name characters after what species they are ([[GeniusBonus or what style of kung fu they practice]]). For example, Tigress practices Tiger Style, and her personality is deeply emotional and fiercely competitive. Monkey is playful and used to be the town prankster.
** Master Oogway, a tortoise, is patient and wise.
** The peacock Shen is a vain perfectionist.
* In ''WesternAnimation/IvanhoeBurbankAnimation'', Bois-Gilbert
''Literature/LoneWolf'': Lone Wolf has a raven wolf motif, and Front-De-Bouef has a bull.
* Beetles are a motif in ''WesternAnimation/KuboAndTheTwoStrings''. A beetle is Kubo's family crest, the character of Beetle is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin self-explanatory]], and, as mentioned above, Music/TheBeatles originally performed the song that is used in the end credits.
* Crows appear frequently in ''WesternAnimation/LovingVincent'' as Armand's mission shifts from finding a recipient for Van Gogh's undelivered letter to working out how and why he died. The painting [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheatfield_with_Crows Wheatfield with Crows]] forms the basis for several scenes.
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* Many of the characters in ''Film/BladeRunner'' are associated with an animal, including all of the (confirmed) Replicants. Roy Batty, in fact, has two.
* ''Film/BramStokersDracula'' has the obvious bat, rat and wolf associations for the titular character, but there's also a snake motif for Lucy: her first appearance has her wearing an evening gown with snake embroidering and a hairdo resembling coiled snakes, the nightgown she wears when attacked by Dracula resembles a snake's belly, and her wedding/funeral dress was inspired by frill-necked lizards.
* In ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', the Joker makes some references about dogs and their loyalty. One of the gangs in Gotham is led by a man who starves and abuses a group of dogs to make them viciously attack anyone. Joker sets them on him.
* The last shot of ''Film/TheDeparted'', a movie about a pair of moles within the Boston Mob and the Mass. "Staties" hunting each other, features a rat scurrying across a balcony
** Spoofed on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' which did a parody of this movie. As the rat scurries by at the end, Ralph pops up and tells the audience, "The rat represents obviousness!"
* In ''Film/EverAfter'', when preparing for the masque, Marguerite is dressed as a peacock, beautiful and vain. By comparison, her sister, Jacqueline, who is kind and sweet, is dressed as a horse. The brief conversation they had before leaving also reflected Jacqueline's situation. She complained that she always wanted to be the peacock (someone beautiful and admired like her sister), in which her mother then told her a horse is still a noble creature. In the end, she chooses to help Danielle and falls in love with the guard captain, living happily in the castle with her stepsister, unlike her mother and sister.
* ''Film/ForrestGump'':
** Jenny is associated with birds, from the moment she asks Forrest to pray with her:
** The prayer itself:
--->'''Jenny:''' "Dear God, make me a bird, so I can fly far. Far, far away from here."
** Which is recalled in a conversation after he sees Jenny performing on stage:
--->'''Jenny:''' "Do you think I could fly off this bridge?"
** Later, we see her contemplating suicide again, ready to jump off a high-riser, with Free Bird's solo wailing in the background.
** And then, finally, after Forrest finishes talking to Jenny's gravestone, a flock of birds flies out of their tree as Forrest walks away.
* ''Film/GhostDogTheWayOfTheSamurai'' has this, but only a few animals show up more than once.
* ''Film/TheHowling'' is filled with wolf motifs.
* The Splices in ''Film/JupiterAscending'', with varying levels of subtlety.
** Stinger is a beekeeper with incredibly precise piloting skills. He also used to have wings.
** Caine is described in-universe as a lone wolf searching for a pack. His characterization is defined by his loyalty to Jupiter and martial skills.
* ''Film/MirrorMirror'' has the Queen dressed as a vain peacock during the thematic ball. In contrast, Snow White is a swan and Prince Alcott is a rabbit.
* ''Film/{{Napoleon}}'':
** Napoleon had a pet eagle as a child, and is represented by eagles throughout the film.
** Robespierre is introduced sitting beneath a statue of a vulture. No points for subtlety there.
* Count Orlok, of the 1920's vampire film ''Film/{{Nosferatu}}'' has a subtle plague rat motif as his base. His [[LooksLikeOrlok famous appearance]] combines [[FangsAreEvil needle-like incisors reminiscent of a rat's front teeth]], BaldOfEvil, elongated pointy ears, CreepyLongFingers, and a set of facial features (pinched cheeks, long pointy nose) that make one think "rat". He seems to summon a SwarmOfRats wherever he goes and the effects of his feeding are mistaken as some kind of plague.
* ''Film/OnTheWaterfront'' has a bird motif. There are many references to birds that mirror the various human interactions in the plot.
* Original ''Film/{{Piranha}}'' has a sea life motif.
* ''Film/{{Psycho}}'' also has a bird motif, associating Norman Bates' female victims with the birds he stuffs. He comments that Marion Crane (note the surname), from Phoenix, Arizona, eats like a bird shortly before killing her. In the finale we learn that he has preserved the corpse of his mother with his taxidermy skills. There are many, many different references to the bird motif throughout the film. Try to find them all!
* In ''Film/{{Rebecca}},'' the animal favoured by the nameless heroine is the lap-dog, Jasper. Rebecca, however, is regularly mentioned in conjunction with horses. The second Mrs. de Winter is meek, mild, and childish, always eager to please and desperate for her husband's approval, to the point where she is almost pathetic. Rebecca, however, is wild and dangerous and too powerful for Max De Winter to keep control of - especially since the horses mentioned alongside her are crazy with pain, as Rebecca whips them into a frenzy.
* From ''Film/SherlockHolmes2009'', a crow is always seen whenever Lord Blackwood is about to kill someone. So at the end, [[spoiler: when Lord Blackwood [[KarmicDeath really does die for real]], it flies away. The crow turns out to be nothing more than a normal crow.]]
* At one point in ''Film/StarTrek2009'', [=McCoy=] indirectly referred to Kirk as a stallion, who had started out wild, reckless and proud. Eventually, he does grow up and becomes "tamed" and more controlled of his emotions.
* Creator/JamesCameron [[WordOfGod has stated]] that he used a butterfly motif on Rose in ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}''. Most evident in the (in)famous "I'm flying!" scene.
* ''Film/TheWolverine'': Next to the Wolverine, we also have the Viper, and the film alludes often to the animalistic natures of both.
* In the opening credits of the 1939 film version of ''Film/TheWomen,'' each major character is represented by an animal, which dissolves into the face of the actress. (As with the human characters, all animals in the movie were female.)
* ''Film/TheConspiracy:'' Members of the Tarsus Club are divided into ravens and lions, complete with masks, and the core of their mythos is the worship of Mithras with a heavy focus on the bull hunting-and-slaying scene [[spoiler:and a ritualistic murder symbolic of the latter in every meeting]].
* In ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', the windows in Emperor Palpatine's throne room on the Death Star resemble spider webs, referring to [[TheChessmaster his intricate plotting and scheming throughout the series]].
* ''Film/JamesBond'':
** ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'': Raul Silva compares himself and Bond being betrayed by the MI6 and targeting each other; to rats who forced into a barrel, resorted to cannibalism, and even when released still choose to eat nothing but their own kind. Bond notes on this after he knifes Sliva [[ConvenientlyTimedAttackFromBehind in the back]].
--> '''Bond''': Last rat standing Mr Sliva...
** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'':
*** Franz Oberhauser describes Bond as a cuckoo because [[spoiler: Bond was adopted into Oberhauser's family and his father loved Bond more than Oberhauser, likening it to how a cuckoo bird would lay its eggs in another bird's nest and kick out the original eggs]].
*** The title organization is depicted as an octopus.
* From ''Film/TheHungerGamesCatchingFire'' onward, Katniss Everdeen is strongly identified with mockingjays. She received a pin of one early in ''Film/TheHungerGames'' and it became her symbol.
* In the 2016 ''Film/TheGreatWall'', each of the five main groups of warriors protecting the titular wall are coded by the animals on their helmets and ornaments. The horse-riding cavalry are represented by a purple stag. The archers perched at the top are represented by a red bird. The artillery group handling the cannons and heavy-lifting are represented by a golden tiger. The elite female troops who spear their enemies from above are represented by a blue crane. And the main military force guarding the walls are represented by a grey bear.
* In the 2016 film ''Film/BeforeIWake'' the child protagonist Cody is associated with butterflies due to his love of them. Whenever he falls asleep glowing butterflies are presented. [[spoiler:In the final act Cody desperately protects social services by sticking them to the walls by the use of chrysalis. Jessie also defeats The Canker Man by presenting a butterfly pillow to it, in the end a smiling Cody learns to control his dreams by creating a dream butterfly in his open hand.]]

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* Many of ''Manhua/SchoolShock'' has SuperSoldier {{Cyborg}}s named Vanguards. They are themed on bees, praying mantises, ants, moths and spiders.
* ''Manhua/RavagesOfTime'' leans on
the characters in ''Film/BladeRunner'' are associated with an animal, including all of the (confirmed) Replicants. Roy Batty, in fact, has two.
* ''Film/BramStokersDracula'' has the obvious bat, rat
same Shu = Dragon and wolf associations for Wu = Tiger motifs that they usually get in popular lore, while Sima Yi is the titular character, but there's also a snake motif for Lucy: her first appearance has her wearing an evening gown with snake embroidering and a hairdo resembling coiled snakes, the nightgown she wears when attacked by Dracula resembles a snake's belly, and her wedding/funeral dress was inspired by frill-necked lizards.
* In ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', the Joker makes some references about dogs and their loyalty. One of the gangs in Gotham is led by a man who starves and abuses a group of dogs to make them viciously attack anyone. Joker sets them on him.
* The last shot of ''Film/TheDeparted'', a movie about a pair of moles within the Boston Mob and the Mass. "Staties" hunting each other, features a rat scurrying across a balcony
** Spoofed on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' which did a parody of this movie. As the rat scurries by at the end, Ralph pops up and tells the audience, "The rat represents obviousness!"
* In ''Film/EverAfter'', when preparing for the masque, Marguerite is dressed as a peacock, beautiful and vain. By comparison, her sister, Jacqueline, who is kind and sweet, is dressed as a horse. The brief conversation they had before leaving also reflected Jacqueline's situation. She complained that she always wanted to be the peacock (someone beautiful and admired like her sister), in which her mother then told her a horse is still a noble creature. In the end, she chooses to help Danielle and falls in love with the guard captain, living happily
phoenix in the castle with her stepsister, unlike her mother and sister.
* ''Film/ForrestGump'':
** Jenny is associated with birds, from
series' Chinese title[[note]]''Fiery Phoenix Scorches the moment she asks Forrest to pray with her:
** The prayer itself:
--->'''Jenny:''' "Dear God, make me a bird, so I can fly far. Far, far away from here."
** Which is recalled in a conversation after he sees Jenny performing on stage:
--->'''Jenny:''' "Do you think I could fly off this bridge?"
** Later, we see her contemplating suicide again, ready to jump off a high-riser, with Free Bird's solo wailing in
Plains'', the background.
** And then, finally, after Forrest finishes talking to Jenny's gravestone, a flock of birds flies out of their tree as Forrest walks away.
* ''Film/GhostDogTheWayOfTheSamurai'' has this, but only a few animals show up more than once.
* ''Film/TheHowling'' is filled with wolf motifs.
* The Splices in ''Film/JupiterAscending'', with varying levels of subtlety.
** Stinger is a beekeeper with incredibly precise piloting skills. He also used to have wings.
** Caine is described in-universe as a lone wolf searching for a pack. His characterization is defined by his loyalty to Jupiter and martial skills.
* ''Film/MirrorMirror'' has the Queen dressed as a vain peacock during the thematic ball. In contrast, Snow White is a swan and Prince Alcott is a rabbit.
* ''Film/{{Napoleon}}'':
** Napoleon had a pet eagle as a child, and is represented by eagles throughout the film.
** Robespierre is introduced sitting beneath a statue of a vulture. No points for subtlety there.
* Count Orlok, of the 1920's vampire film ''Film/{{Nosferatu}}'' has a subtle plague rat motif as his base. His [[LooksLikeOrlok famous appearance]] combines [[FangsAreEvil needle-like incisors reminiscent of a rat's front teeth]], BaldOfEvil, elongated pointy ears, CreepyLongFingers, and a set of facial features (pinched cheeks, long pointy nose) that make one think "rat". He seems to summon a SwarmOfRats wherever he goes and the effects of his feeding are mistaken as some kind of plague.
* ''Film/OnTheWaterfront'' has a bird motif. There are many references to birds that mirror the various human interactions in the plot.
* Original ''Film/{{Piranha}}'' has a sea life motif.
* ''Film/{{Psycho}}'' also has a bird motif, associating Norman Bates' female victims with the birds he stuffs. He comments that Marion Crane (note the surname), from Phoenix, Arizona, eats like a bird shortly before killing her. In the finale we learn that he has preserved the corpse of his mother with his taxidermy skills. There are many, many different references to the bird motif throughout the film. Try to find them all!
* In ''Film/{{Rebecca}},'' the animal favoured by the nameless heroine is the lap-dog, Jasper. Rebecca, however, is regularly mentioned in conjunction with horses. The second Mrs. de Winter is meek, mild, and childish, always eager to please and desperate for her husband's approval, to the point where she is almost pathetic. Rebecca, however, is wild and dangerous and too powerful for Max De Winter to keep control of - especially since the horses mentioned alongside her are crazy with pain, as Rebecca whips them into a frenzy.
* From ''Film/SherlockHolmes2009'', a crow is always seen whenever Lord Blackwood is about to kill someone. So at the end, [[spoiler: when Lord Blackwood [[KarmicDeath really does die for real]], it flies away. The crow turns out to be nothing more than a normal crow.]]
* At one point in ''Film/StarTrek2009'', [=McCoy=] indirectly referred to Kirk as a stallion, who had started out wild, reckless and proud. Eventually, he does grow up and becomes "tamed" and more controlled of his emotions.
* Creator/JamesCameron [[WordOfGod has stated]] that he used a butterfly motif on Rose in ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}''. Most evident in the (in)famous "I'm flying!" scene.
* ''Film/TheWolverine'': Next to the Wolverine, we also have the Viper, and the film alludes often to the animalistic natures of both.
* In the opening credits of the 1939 film version of ''Film/TheWomen,'' each major character is represented by an animal, which dissolves into the face of the actress. (As with the human characters, all animals in the movie were female.)
* ''Film/TheConspiracy:'' Members of the Tarsus Club are divided into ravens and lions, complete with masks, and the core of their mythos is the worship of Mithras with a heavy focus on the bull hunting-and-slaying scene [[spoiler:and a ritualistic murder symbolic of the latter in every meeting]].
* In ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', the windows in Emperor Palpatine's throne room on the Death Star resemble spider webs, referring to [[TheChessmaster his intricate plotting and scheming throughout the series]].
* ''Film/JamesBond'':
** ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'': Raul Silva compares himself and Bond
rest being betrayed by the MI6 and targeting each other; to rats who forced translated/reordered name of Liaoyuan Huo[[/note]], although at least twice the infamous "''wolf neck''" comes into a barrel, resorted to cannibalism, and even when released still choose to eat nothing but their own kind. Bond notes on this after he knifes Sliva [[ConvenientlyTimedAttackFromBehind in the back]].
--> '''Bond''': Last rat standing Mr Sliva...
** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'':
*** Franz Oberhauser describes Bond as a cuckoo because [[spoiler: Bond was adopted into Oberhauser's family and his father loved Bond more than Oberhauser, likening it to how a cuckoo bird would lay its eggs in another bird's nest and kick out the original eggs]].
*** The title organization is depicted as an octopus.
* From ''Film/TheHungerGamesCatchingFire'' onward, Katniss Everdeen is strongly identified with mockingjays. She received a pin of one early in ''Film/TheHungerGames'' and it became her symbol.
* In the 2016 ''Film/TheGreatWall'', each of the five main groups of warriors protecting the titular wall are coded by the animals on their helmets and ornaments. The horse-riding cavalry are represented by a purple stag. The archers perched at the top are represented by a red bird. The artillery group handling the cannons and heavy-lifting are represented by a golden tiger. The elite female troops who spear their enemies from above are represented by a blue crane. And the main military force guarding the walls are represented by a grey bear.
* In the 2016 film ''Film/BeforeIWake'' the child protagonist Cody is associated with butterflies due to his love of them. Whenever he falls asleep glowing butterflies are presented. [[spoiler:In the final act Cody desperately protects social services by sticking them to the walls by the use of chrysalis. Jessie also defeats The Canker Man by presenting a butterfly pillow to it, in the end a smiling Cody learns to control his dreams by creating a dream butterfly in his open hand.]]
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* ''Literature/LoneWolf'': Lone Wolf has a wolf motif, unsurprisingly.
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* ''Manhua/SchoolShock'' has SuperSoldier {{Cyborg}}s named Vanguards. They are themed on bees, praying mantises, ants, moths and spiders.
* ''Manhua/RavagesOfTime'' leans on the same Shu = Dragon and Wu = Tiger motifs that they usually get in popular lore, while Sima Yi is the titular phoenix in the series' Chinese title[[note]]''Fiery Phoenix Scorches the Plains'', the rest being the translated/reordered name of Liaoyuan Huo[[/note]], although at least twice the infamous "''wolf neck''" comes into play.
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* [[Webcomic/FakeNewsRumble Stephanos]] has a spider motif, completely with ArachnidAppearanceAndAttire, and [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Yoni]] has a wolf motif, bearing a long scarf that resembles a wolf's tail and can [[VoluntaryShapeshifting transform into one]]. Their symbols match this (Yoni's one faintly). The fact that Stephanos has a spider motif might be because he frequently was/is the person who likes to be and was in control. The wolf motif of Yonathan is probably reflective of his brash and savage nature. The wolf also represents loyalty, which is fitting to the fact that [[spoiler:he only is being evil because his best friend is]]. Stephen has a bird motif, specifically, a phoenix.
** Bonus points for Stephanos' spider motif, as there is a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aptostichus_stephencolberti specie of a trapdoor spider that is called after Stephen]].
* In ''Webcomic/KoanOfTheDay'', the tortoise represents being lost in thought or in a [[http://www.koanoftheday.com/13 dream state]].
* ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'' has several animals associated with particular characters:
** Antimony is associated with Wolves. She carries a stuffed wolf doll around with her, and she's named after an element that the alchemists of old associated with the wolf. Others often find her hard to approach (the 'lone wolf' idea). And she keeps running into supernatural canines.
** Kat has decorated a few of her possessions with cartoon felines. Also, not to be Captain Obvious, but her name is Kat. And she has an unhealthy obsession with birds.
** Alistair was associated with birds. Besides the obvious connection, both his room at the Court and his old home had artwork of birds on the wall. Since his departure, Kat had developed an interest in birds (perhaps too much of an interest).
** Zimmy is associated with insects and spiders. She was first introduced beneath a sign that read ([[BilingualBonus in Greek]]) "Danger: insects", and her anger tends to be visualized by symbolic swarms of bugs. When she gets energetic, she likes to pass time by hunting spiders in the library.
*** [[spoiler:After Jack is accidentally transported to Zimmy's bizarre mental DarkWorld, his astral body gains a spider image on its face. The two hairs on his forehead look an awful lot like spider fangs, too.]]
* ''Webcomic/TrashTalk'' has Mr. Mudo, one of the teachers in the school, who doubles as a disgruntled security guard. He is compared in-series to a rabid police German Shepherd. Complete with the attitude.
* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' has a little bit of this.
** There's a minor character named Catalina [[MeaningfulName Bobcat]], whose character design and choice of hairstyle (along with her personality) does make her seem rather catlike. WordOfGod states that this was intentional and that no, she cannot transform into a cat. [[spoiler: Until Pandora gave her a [[PowerTattoo magic mark]], something she was reluctant to do because it was so ''obvious'' and ''boring'' what powers she'd get]].
** Grace has a much more obvious squirrel theme, but this makes sense: thanks to BizarreAlienBiology and LegoGenetics, she's actually part-squirrel.
** Rhoda has a puppy theme. She's naive, loyal, and rather timid, and Diane even specifically refers to her as [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=883 "pup."]] Surprisingly, she gets along quite well with catlike Catalina, and squirrel-like Grace.
* ''Webcomic/SisterClaire'' is absolutely ''obsessed'' with cats, even beyond the obvious fact that one is the BigBad. Claire herself is a FriendToAllLivingThings who loves playing with the local strays, her room is decorated with cat posters and dolls, the chapel has banned all cats, and [[spoiler:Sister Catherine]] seems to be [[AmbiguouslyHuman a bit too connected to the animals...]]
* ''Webcomic/TheBeastLegion'' universe involves characters who transform into powerful beasts with Awesome powers.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Sakana}}'' each of the primary characters' design is based on some kind of seafood: Jiro has hair similar to a shark fin, Taro's design is based on a whale, Taisei's hair looks like jellyfish and Yuudai resembles an eel.
* Several of the trolls in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' have animal motifs, associated with their lusus and their [[WesternZodiac Zodiac sign]]. Karkat - crabs, Nepeta - cats, Terezi - dragons, etc. Vriska's spider motif is the most obvious though, working its way into her typing quirk. [[GotMeDoingIt John seems to be picking up on it]]. The kids (with the exception of John) each have one as well, relating to what their sprites were prototyped with: [[TheStoic Dave]]'s crows are the most obvious, constantly flocking around his house, in addition to his hair vaguely resembling the profile of a crow as well; then there are [[DeadpanSnarker Rose]]'s cats (in addition to her [[NightmareFetishist affinity]] for [[EldritchAbomination all things tentacled]]), and Jade's [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot radioactive god dog]]. Among the alpha kids, there's Roxy's cats, Dirk's seagulls, and Jake's "frightening fauna".
** You could argue that John has a rabbit motif. One of his recurring possessions is the plush rabbit from ''Film/ConAir'' which he first receives as is from Dave, then restitched via knitting by Rose, and finally as a battle bot from Jade. [[spoiler:[[ItMakesSenseInContext The latter two incarnations were the prior incarnation given to Rose and Jade respectively by John when they were babies]].]] Given John's innocence, buckteeth and kooky worldview, this fits.
** Calliope and Caliborn, the Cherubs, have a slight snake motif--their appearances are quite reptilian, complete with fangs and forked tongues, and their species reproduces by transforming into massive, crocodile-headed serpents.
* In ''Webcomic/MoonCrest24'' a few of the characters, namely the female ones so far, have showed signs of having a motif when it comes to the things they wear. But the only ones to actually have an animal motif are Lucy and Rachel - them being Ladybugs and Rabbits, respectively.
** Non animal motifs: Dory's is moons and stars; Liz's is skulls and hearts.
* The protagonists of ''{{Webcomic/Panthera}}'' can turn into different big cats. Most notably, the team's leader is a lion.
* Many of {{Webcomic/Judecca}}'s inhabitants are animal-themed. Sharky is a SharkMan, Frederick Dickenson is a rabbit, Lilith turns into a bird, and Cleo is a snake lady.
* In ''Webcomic/AliceAndTheNightmare'', Edith has a strong rabbit motif going. Her ribbon looks like rabbit's ears, she's easily scared and WordOfGod is that she's the {{Expy}} of White Rabbit.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'', most of the major clans are associated to some degree with a specific animal, often riding an oversized versions of it as [[HorseOfADifferentColor mounts]]. The Vel'Sharen have dragons, the Val'Shargress wolves, the Val'Illhar'dro birds, the Val'Beldrobbaen spiders, the Val'Nar'sarkoth yaks or oxen, the Val'Kyorl'solenurn unicorns, the Vel'Vloz'ress snakes, and the Val'Sullisin'rune cats. The extinct Val'Dutan'vir clan had deer-like animals called ligrs, the Balvhakara and Jie'yen of Nuqrah'shareh have the crab and a separate breed of dragon, respectively, and the Kavahini of Mimaneid have the owl.
* Tiger Telematics from ''Webcomic/{{Consolers}}'' has, appropriately enough, a tiger motif, with an orange tiger-striped suit, CatSmile and fangs.
* Buwaro in ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned'' is nice and friendly to anyone not obviously hostile to him, is [[UndyingLoyalty incredibly loyal to his friends]], [[CuddleBug likes hugs]], has a bad habit of trying to eat nearly everything he discovers for the first time, even rocks and crystals, and is [[TheDitz a simpleton]] in general. Add his muzzle and pointy teeth, and [[spoiler: his tongue constantly sticking out of his mouth in flashbacks of the time he was a baby]], and you would swear he is a dog just by this description.
* All magicians in ''Webcomic/NeverSatisfied'' have a familiar, whose species typically means something significant about the magician's personality. Oftentimes this extends to UncattyResemblance, and [[spoiler:[[BeastMan husks]]]] take this to an extreme.
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* Count Orlock, of the 1920's vampire film ''Film/{{Nosferatu}}'' has a subtle plague rat motif as his base. His [[LooksLikeOrlock famous appearance]] combines [[FangsAreEvil needle-like incisors reminiscent of a rat's front teeth]], BaldOfEvil, elongated pointy ears, CreepyLongFingers, and a set of facial features (pinched cheeks, long pointy nose) that make one think "rat". He seems to summon a SwarmOfRats wherever he goes and the effects of his feeding are mistaken as some kind of plague.

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* Count Orlock, Orlok, of the 1920's vampire film ''Film/{{Nosferatu}}'' has a subtle plague rat motif as his base. His [[LooksLikeOrlock [[LooksLikeOrlok famous appearance]] combines [[FangsAreEvil needle-like incisors reminiscent of a rat's front teeth]], BaldOfEvil, elongated pointy ears, CreepyLongFingers, and a set of facial features (pinched cheeks, long pointy nose) that make one think "rat". He seems to summon a SwarmOfRats wherever he goes and the effects of his feeding are mistaken as some kind of plague.


In the world of fiction, someone who doesn't like animals at all is either a nasty piece of work or obsessively clean and germ-phobic. "Animal hater" is the word for them and so to dilute the "hard-heartedness" of this character, expect to see one particular animal that they just can't resist.

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In the world of fiction, someone who doesn't like animals at all is either a nasty piece of work or obsessively clean and germ-phobic. "Animal hater" is the word for them and so to dilute the "hard-heartedness" of this character, expect to see one particular animal that they just can't resist.
resist.[[note]]
[[RightHandCat For]] [[CatsAreMean some]] [[CatsAreSuperior reason]], this animal has a tendency to be cats.


* In Myth/NorseMythology, Loki is associated with fish. In the Faroese ballad ''Loka Táttur'', he transforms a boy into a grain in the middle of a flounder's roe to hide him from a jötunn who wanted to murder the child, and Loki uses fishing as part of his ruse against the giant.[[note]]Fish is the main staple of the Faroese diet, and it's deemed to be Loki's domain (in the story, Odin's sphere of influence is grain/crops, while Hœnir's is swans/seabirds). The vital importance of fish in Faroese life is most likely the reason why Loki is the HeroProtagonist.[[/note]] He's also the inventor of the fishing net, and he once shape-shifted into a salmon to evade the [=Æ=]sir.
* In Myth/NorseMythology, Odin is associated with ravens. He has two ravens called Huginn and Muninn. [[note]] Both names are old Norse. Huginn means "thought" and Muninn means "memory" or "mind" [[/note]] He's also titled "Raven-God" by The Prose Edda. He's also associated with wolves, he has two wolves by his side called Geri and Freki. [[note]] Old Norse for "the ravenous" or "greedy one" [[/note]] In The Prose Edda he's destined to be killed by Fenrir, a colossal wolf. Odin is also the one who set the wolves Hati and Skoll on the sun and moon when they refused to move. [[note]] Both names are old Norse. Hati means “One Who Hates” or "Hater" and Skoll means “One Who Mocks” or "treachery" [[/note]]

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* In Myth/NorseMythology, Myth/NorseMythology:
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Loki is associated with fish. In the Faroese ballad ''Loka Táttur'', he transforms a boy into a grain in the middle of a flounder's roe to hide him from a jötunn who wanted to murder the child, and Loki uses fishing as part of his ruse against the giant.[[note]]Fish is the main staple of the Faroese diet, and it's deemed to be Loki's domain (in the story, Odin's sphere of influence is grain/crops, while Hœnir's is swans/seabirds). The vital importance of fish in Faroese life is most likely the reason why Loki is the HeroProtagonist.[[/note]] He's also the inventor of the fishing net, and he once shape-shifted into a salmon to evade the [=Æ=]sir.
* In Myth/NorseMythology, ** Odin is associated with ravens. He has two ravens called Huginn and Muninn. [[note]] Both names are old Norse. Huginn means "thought" and Muninn means "memory" or "mind" [[/note]] He's also titled "Raven-God" by The Prose Edda. He's also associated with wolves, he has two wolves by his side called Geri and Freki. [[note]] Old Norse for "the ravenous" or "greedy one" [[/note]] In The Prose Edda he's destined to be killed by Fenrir, a colossal wolf. Odin is also the one who set the wolves Hati and Skoll on the sun and moon when they refused to move. [[note]] Both names are old Norse. Hati means “One Who Hates” or "Hater" and Skoll means “One Who Mocks” or "treachery" [[/note]]

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