Soaring over treetops and skyscrapers, you look out with a keen eye for potential mates and food, mindless of the intricate processes of flight. Your aerodynamic wings create mini-vortices that effortlessly push you aloft.
Your brain, too, is hardwired for flying down to your sensory systems: pigeons use built-in ferromagnets to detect their orientation with respect to the Earth's magnetic field. Like many species of birds, you detect compass directions during the daytime thanks to coordination between your biological clock and the daily movements of the sun.
Has anybody chosen a Skunk? I just saw one and this thread came to mind. Nobody's going to mess with you. Only one drawback it's going to be hard to get a date. Oh wait a minute she would stink just as bad as me. Perfect I don't even have to bathe for her.