Which Mythical Creature Are You?
We're all familiar with most of the planet's wonderful wildlife by now, but what about those creatures who are shrouded by myth and steeped in mystery? Find out which one you are:
Where would you rather live?
Which of these is most important?
Pick a food
What's your best trait?
Hot or Cold?
What do you fear most?
You got the Phoenix!
You don't mind the heat and are always in tune with your emotions. Synonymous with fire, emotion and passion the legend of the phoenix spans across many cultures, and is particularly present in Indian culture.
Why not volunteer on one of our projects in India: https://frontier.ac.uk/Destinations/Volunteer-India.aspx
You got the Yacumama!
This giant horned snake lives in the Amazon River and represents the balance between good and evil; life and death; male and female.
Snakes play a prominent role in mythological stories worldwide, more often than not as bad omens, but to be a Yacumama is to be in perfect balance.
You can experience all the rainforest has to offer on our Amazon projects: https://frontier.ac.uk/ProjectSearch.aspx?search=yes&code=amazon
You got the Dragon!
Often depicted as malevolent creatures in Western culture, dragons are actually considered beings of great wisdom, prosperity and good luck throughout Asia.
Also, contrary to Western depictions, Eastern cultures associate dragons with water, living in or near water, typically on the ocean floor.
Why not volunteer in the land of the dragon on one of our projects in China: https://frontier.ac.uk/Destinations/Volunteer-China.aspx
You got the Yowie!
Yowie are ingrained in aboriginal folklore and your love of the forest and respect toward nature would put you right at home in Australia's wild-lands.
You can see these beautiful landscapes (and maybe even a Yowie) by volunteering on our Australia projects: https://frontier.ac.uk/Destinations/Volunteer-Australia.aspx