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Top 10 Animals That are TV/Movie Stars

Lion

If you don't know who Mufasa and Simba from The Lion King are, you have to be living under a rock. This father and son big cat duo has captured the heart of 

Lion

Penguin

Yes, these avian divers are featured in the documentary, March of the Penguins. But who can forget the singing and dancing emperor penguins' rendition of the song Boogie Wonderland in the Academy Award Winning Happy Feet?

Even Earth, Wind and Fire would be proud.

Penguin

Chimpanzee

Playing Curious George and Clint Eastwood's sidekick in Every Which Way but Loose probably pales in comparison to the several versions of Planet of the Apes we find these creatures in. But who's comparing anyways?

Chimpanzee

Great White Shark

Jaws was the reason that many of us to this day are scarred of the dark lines at the bottom of the pool. With the nerve-racking music signaling the great white's impending appearance and ultimately the swimmer's doom, this thriller took away our carefree attitude about frolicking in the ocean.

Great White Shark

Gorilla

The Planet of the Apes movies featured all types of primates including Buck in Rise of the Planet of the Apes. But the gorilla who we feared the most was General Aldo, the leader in the original Planet of the Ape. Even Charlton Heston was no match for this military officer.

Gorilla

Chipmunk

Alvin, Theodore and Simon. Need we say more? This trio of brother performers with the unforgettable talking voices is known more for their mischievous adventures than for singing their famous Christmas songs.

Chipmunk

Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin

Remember this song: They call him Flipper, Flipper, faster than lightning, No one you see, is smarter than he, And we know Flipper...She (yes, the character Flipper was played by female dolphins) was the lovable dolphin from the 1960s family-friend sitcom.

Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin

Reindeer

When we hear Burl Ives' voice narrating the classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer cartoon about our famous misfit reindeer, we get giddy knowing that Christmas is just around the corner.

Reindeer

Clownfish

Many of us have never heard of a clownfish until this colorful little character, Nemo, swam into our lives in 2003. The movie Finding Nemo was a blockbuster, and gave us some insight into the animated world under the sea.

Clownfish

Elephant

We had to add another Disney classic on this list. Dumbo, the cute flying elephant with the long flying ears, was the first Disney movie to be released on videocassette. It made its debut in 1941.

Elephant

 

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