The Faun is the Roman counterpart to the Greek Satyr, but they do have their distinct differences. They were rustic forest gods and goddesses associated with enchanted woods and the Greek god Pan. They were half-human, half-goat, and took on more animal-like characteristics than Satyrs did. Originally, Satyrs were more often uglier and hairier with the ears and/or tails of horses and asses. Satyrs are also traditionally more woman-loving than Fauns, more intelligent and scholarly as opposed to the more childlike whimsy and foolishness associated with Fauns. Fauns also had two central leaders; a god named Faunus and a goddess named Fauna.