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This is a discussion on What Animal Most Resembles an INFJ within the INFJ Forum - The Protectors forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by Coil The blobfish: The albino alligator The tree octopus: @ Coil In your post #10 that blobfish ...

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by Coil View Post
    The blobfish:

    The albino alligator

    The tree octopus:
    @Coil In your post #10 that blobfish has a smile exactly opposite to your avatar's.

    Not sure if you were joking with your examples? or maybe making some quite profound points. Acc to wikipedia:

    The blobfish is currently facing extinction

    Alligators will use an albino among them as a sacrifice

    The tree octopus is an internet hoax

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    I've been constantly compared to a bear at work. Between my stature and "territorial" nature around my work area, I think it's a fitting comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mynameisnick View Post
    Dolphins are ENFJs. I got to play with one in Mexico. I was walking around a marina and a leaf came flying out of the water. This dolphin flung it up out of the water to me. I spent the next hour or so throwing it back and forth. One of the most amazing experiences of my life.

    Cats are ISFJs.

    Dogs, I guess it would depend on the breed. SJ like though.

    Owls are Ti Doms.

    Sloth is a INFP. Fi Dom for sure.

    INFJs... I'd say the Sea Turtle. Not much is known about them. When you think they are swimming around munching on sea grass all day you find out they actually eat jellyfish too. They bare great burdens swimming long distances in shark infested waters to mate. Tough outer shell and unlike other turtles they don't have the benifit of hiding in them completely. Plus, just look at how cute they are!... in an akward clumsy sorta way...

    30 Stunning Pictures Of Sea Turtles
    I see ISFJs being kangaroos personally :) INFPs are gentle Pandas, ENTPs monkeys, INTJ owls, ENTJ Lions, ENFJ elephants, ENFPs dolphins, ISTPs sharks. ESTP could be a tiger or snake ;), ESFP Hyper golden retrievers? ESFJ sheep? ISFP bunnies.

    Can't think of animals for the following:
    ISTJ?(something practical,loyal, follows rules horse? ESTJ (something hard working and busy all the time? A beaver lol) INTP? (something smart, independent, a cat?)
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  4. #24
    INFJ - The Protectors

    INFJ: Fox
    INFP: Turtle
    INTJ: Eagle
    INTP: Octopus
    ENFJ: Dolphin
    ENFP: Otter
    ENTJ: Lion
    ENTP: Cheetah
    ISFJ: Panda
    ISFP: House Cat
    ISTJ: Beaver
    ISTP: Jaguar
    ESFJ: Horse
    ESFP: Coyote
    ESTJ: Alligator
    ESTP: Raccoon

    (Some of these I've heard before, but I agree with them)
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by ohnoezitsjoez View Post

    Let it sink in for a moment
    Funnily enough that was actually the animal I thought of first when I walked away from the post and thought about it!
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by MelanieM View Post
    I choose tiger, they are pretty mysterious and contradictionary. When angry we can be pretty ferocious, never turn your back on a tiger. They are beautiful and majestic but are largely endangered by the selfishness of mankind they tend to be hunted down for sport or just for their God given attributes. They are passionate animals and can see through you. They are a contradiction one moment they can be fierce and fearless then calm and emotional. The tiger according to the Chinese zodiac "People of the tiger never back down from a challenge when it comes to protecting family or loved ones. Appearing calm, like real tigers, they can pounce at a moment’s notice, leaving little room for underestimation." My husband has told me I am like a tiger (and no not in the perverted way you are thinking). They are also solitary animals who enact on their plans when they feel like it. They are pretty stubborn and don't like being told what to do, good luck to those who mock a tiger. Oh and they like naps :)

    (Oh my Chinese zodiac sign is a sheep btw Lol).
    That's my sister, a Tiger year and secret hour baby! Sounds a lot like her. It'd be wonderful if the tiger represents us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Word Dispenser View Post
    A sloth.

    And I don't mean that in a bad way, or in the other meaning of the word. Literally. A sloth. They're cute, sweet, they like things nice and easy, slow and concrete. They like food. And uhm.. They climb.
    I vote sloth as well. I have considered it to be my totem animal since reading Life of Pi.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    I really like Fox and Sea Turtle mentioned so far. I think a Hawk would work as well.

    ...a hawk totem represents:

    Hawk is the messenger, the protector and the visionaries of the Air.

    It holds the key to higher levels of consciousness.

    This totem awakens vision and inspires a creative life purpose.

    A Hawk totem is filled with responsibility
    because Hawk people seek the overall view.
    They are aware of omens and spirit messages.

    A Red-Tailed Hawk Totem is special.
    It has direct ties to the Kundalini, the seat of primal life force.
    It is associated with the base chakra .
    If you have this Totem, you will be aware of and work towards fulfilling your soul's purpose.
    It reflects a greater intensity of energy within your life:
    physical, emotional, mental and spiritual forces will all be strong within you.
    The Red-Tail Hawk is a permanent totem -- it will always be with you.

    It is associated with the number "14" with the Tarot card Temperance.
    This card represents the teaching of higher expressions of psychic ability and vision.

    ...and here's some more info if you're interested: Hawk Spirit Meaning, Symbols, and Totem
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    Unicorns :)
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  10. #30
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by MooseAndSquirrel View Post
    For me I've always been drawn to Dolphins. Considering I'm not much a water sport person (i.e. swimming is NOT fun for me), I've always found this attraction curious. .
    I love dolphins too. But I kind of think they're more ENFPish? They seem very social and more energetic than my idea of an INFJ. Playful, highly intelligent, supportive, roamers, social, creative.

    And I feel like that would help explain the attraction too ;) I think ENFPs make great friends and allies to INFJs.

    Ooh, I've just seen someone saying that they think dolphins are ENFJ. Interesting, interesting.
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