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Have you found Nemo? How about Dory? If you have, we're betting you're a fan of almost everything Disney. And if there's one thing Disney knows how to do is to give human expressions and emotion to animals. In addition to that, they will oftentimes make these critters characters sometimes with their own stories to tell. When these animals are sidekicks like Flounder, Scuttle and Sebastian in "The Little Mermaid," they will often add a little something to the film, mostly a dash of silliness when the story is lacking. When animals are the main characters in a Disney film, it is rather easy to fall in love with their cute little faces and root for them to come out on top. Sure, they may end up causing a few tears to be shed (we're looking at you, "Bambi"), but when it comes down to it, these tales often attract more viewers than those with humans.
So what about you? When you settle in and watch a Disney movie do you identify more with the animals in the film than their human costars? OK, we'll admit it, we do. It's probably because you have the heart of an animal inside. But the question is where does your animal thrive? Go ahead and scroll down to find out.
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