Animal Tattoo Ideas

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A roaring tiger darting across your leg, or perhaps a mouse with cute large ears sitting on your arm. These are just a couple animals that could be made into tattoos. Using animals for tattoos has been popular for a long while now. Many times as humans we seek to connect to the wild life around us, this is one reason why we have zoos, and aquariums.

We also fantasize about mythical animals such as dragons, and unicorns, to know what it was like in their world. Whether it is mythical, or real life animals they can all make great tattoos. Part of the tattoo hunt challenge is to make your tattoo unique though, so you should be looking for unique animal tattoos as well.

Your personal pets can be turned into beautiful tattoos, and each pet is different from each other too. Start by taking a picture of your pet in your favorite pose. You can then show this picture to the person whom is in charge of making your tattoo. You can even turn your pet into a cartoon, or perhaps a black and white tattoo is more your style. From horses, to cats the possibilities are endless.

Exotic real life animals also make fabulous tattoos. Visiting your local zoo is a great way to find an exotic animal from far away lands. You could choose snow leopards, tigers, or even kangaroos to hitch a ride on your skin. There are thousands, if not millions, of different exotic animals to choose from.

Even if your favorite animal is not exotic, it too can be turned upside down in the world of tattoo parlors. Perhaps you like common animals such as deer, fish, and squirrels. To have a piece of your home towns wildlife on your back or arm is a good way to show pride in your natural surroundings. Take a look at a local park, or even your own backyard for ideas.

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This article was published on 2010/03/27