Quiz: Which Predator Matches Your Personality?
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Which Predator Matches Your Personality?
By: Khadija Leon
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About This Quiz

Predators aren't just sharp-toothed and razor-clawed animals stalking their prey in the wild; they also include the creepy, crawly bugs and insects hiding in the shadows that have their own deadly powers.

Predators use different hunting strategies when going after their prey. The strategies might include chasing, stalking or ambushing their prey, or even recruiting the help of other animals to get the job done. Talk about teamwork! 

Many of these animals have adapted to environments that put them towards the top of the food chain. Some of them can change colors and blend in with their environments, while others have heightened senses of smell or hearing.

These predators exist in every type of terrain across the four corners of the world; from the sharks and killer whales of the Pacific ocean, to the box jellyfish and stonefish of Australia, to the spiders and crocodiles of Central America.

Everyone has a predator that matches their personality, but which one matches yours? Will it be a creature from the depths of the ocean, one that soars in the skies, or will it be one of the predators that walk among us? Take this quiz and see where your killer instincts take you!

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