jackal and wild dog)

The animal versions of SnK/AoT Characters

Levi Ackerman: black panther

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Hanji Zoe: red fox

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Mike Zacharius: polar bear

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Erwin Smith: Grey wolf

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Nile Dok: crocodile

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Bertolt Hoover: elephant

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Reiner Braun: rhino

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Annie Leonhart: lioness

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Mikasa Ackerman: Caspian tiger

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Connie Springer: hedgehog

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Sasha Braus: Raccoon

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Jean Kirstein: Horse

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Marco Bott: red wolf

Armin Arlert: barn owl

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Ymir: wolverine

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Moblit Berner: meerkat

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Krista Lenz/Historia Reiss: snowshoe hare

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Eren Jaeger: German Shepherd

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Grisha Jaeger: Shiloh Shepherd

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Kenny Ackerman: Amur/Siberian tiger

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Rod Reiss: Eurasian Lynx

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Oluo Bozzado: Parrot

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Petra Ral: Jackal

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Erd Jinn: Gyrfalcon

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Gunter Schultz: African Wild Dog

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Isabel Magnolia: Red panda

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Farlan Church: Clouded Leopard

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Dot Pixis: Mountain goat

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Nanaba: Kishu dog

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The Azawakh is a type of sighthound of West African origin. Unlike some other sighthounds, the Azawakh tends to be more pack-oriented. They work both as guard dogs and as hunters of gazelle and hare.

DNA testing show that they are only distantly related to other sighthounds, and suggests that their ancestry could include wild canines such as jackals.

anonymous asked:

Any plans to make a gif showing Sam being attacked by a pack of jackals or a band of wild dogs? This fandom sucks. Poor guy.

LMFAO, now there’s an idea! I’ll have to look for an appropriate base gif. 

Crazy fanbase is crazy. Trying to make the most of it. People could switch off their attack mode, for starters.

you know whats good? dogs. i love those good boys. theyre amazing. big dogs? perfect. small dogs? a work of art. medium sized dogs? hell yeah. i’m not fucking around here. and don’t forget those wild dogs. jackals? sign me up. coyotes? a blessing. hyenas? i am audibly screaming. foxes and wolves? this kills the man. 

Upcoming Exhibits Series


Death Dogs: The Jackal Gods of Ancient Egypt
February 6–May 3, 2015
Kelsey Museum, Ann Arbor, MI

The exhibition “Death Dogs” will explore the history of some unusual mythical beings: Anubis, Wepwawet, and the other jackal gods of ancient Egypt. From wild, scavenging dogs in prehistory to Egyptian deities of embalming and protection, these gods have fascinated and disturbed people from ancient times to the present. Using artifacts in the Kelsey Museum, this exhibition will identify the most important Egyptian jackal gods and decipher their complex roles in Egyptian religion and understandings of death and the afterlife. The show will also explore the lasting appeal of these dogs as vivid symbols of ancient Egypt in modern times.

Image: Egyptian jackal god Anubis from the coffin of Djehutymose, around 625–580 BC, Nag el-Hassiya, Egypt (KM 1989.3.1).