What We Loved on the Web Last Week: Animal Personality Types, Fighting Fish and More

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The internet is full of good stuff. So much good stuff, in fact, that sometimes we can't give every cool thing we come across the individual attention it deserves. Still, we don't want you to miss out, so here are a few of our favorite things from the past week. Feel free to share your own favorites in the comments!

What's Your Animal Personality Type?

Crittr HQ was abuzz with chatter when we came upon this great article on Buzzfeed. What's Your Animal Personality Type is based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (which is pretty fascinating on its own), and matches the various personality types with different animals such as the analytical owl or the easygoing sloth. We also found It creates a little different atmosphere in the office when a few employees learn they're idealistic meercats while another learns she's a mysterious and complex wolf! Try it for yourself and see how accurate it is.

Design Your Own Pet Bed

We've long been fans of P.L.A.Y. pet beds (and no, it has nothing to do with their wildly adorable spokesdog, Momo the Pug. OK, maybe that's a small factor.), and of course, like any design-savvy dog lovers, we adore Dog Milk. Together, the two stylish sites are offering fashion-forward pet owners (and their furry friends) a chance to design a one-of-a-kind bed! You can find contest information here, but hurry -- the opportunity ends June 29.

The Prettiest Fish Fight Ever

Muhammad Ali might've said, "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee," but pretty as his moves were, they can't quite compare to the beautiful bout between two giant cuttlefish that we saw over at Laughing Squid. The gorgeous sea creatures were fighting over spawning rights, and the cuttlefish scuffle was caught by underwater filmmaker Howard Hall in the waters off South Australia during an expedition for ocean advocacy group One World One Ocean

The Seven Deadly Sins, Doggy (and Kitty, and Horsey) Style

Over at Pawcurious, Dr. V. has rounded up photos of animals embodying the seven deadly sins. So far, we've seen lust, pride, and our dogs' personal favorite, gluttony. Right now, the Crittr office dogs are doing a pretty good rendition of sloth, but hey, it's the weekend. Isn't that the way it should be?

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