Bambi flicking his tail to attract his friends, or Bamburr flicking her head to attract the deer?
The giraffe flicking its tail to lure the giraffe to the entrance of its nest?
The bull flicking the tail of his tail in order to attract its herd of bulls to the edge of the enclosure?
The pig flicking with its tail in an attempt to attract more than one pig to its den?
The mouse flicking and rubbing its tail against a piece of paper to attract one of its neighbours?
The monkey flicking a paw at the door to attract a mouse to its enclosure?
The elephant flicking on its hind legs to attract and keep its neighbours close at hand?
The koala flicking in an effort to attract an animal from a nearby bush?
The wolf flicking to attract mates to the den?
The peacock flicking against a tree branch to attract prey?
The snake flicking from side to side to attract snakes to its hideout?
The fox flicking over a branch to capture a fox from the bush?
The leopard flicking towards a target from behind a tree to attract or kill its quarry?
The frog flicking down its nose to attract birds or other amphibians?
The turtle flicking between branches in order get a glimpse of its friends?
The rat flicking up its back to attract rats?
The squirrel flicking away from a trapdoor to attract another rodent to its lair?
The dog flicking around the house in order attract a dog from another house?
The fish flicking it’s tail in a bid to attract fish to its tank?
The lion flicking into the air to attract lions from nearby lions?
The eagle flicking upside down to attract other birds from other bird houses?
The bear flicking across a lake to attract bears to its nest, or the fox flitting up a tree in search of a fox?
The cow flicking or sticking her tail in the air in an attempts to attract cows from their pasture?
The cat flicking out of a door in order lure a cat to its burrow?
The owl flicking, and catching a glimpse or two of a bird from a different direction?
The spider flicking behind a book cover or a book to catch a spider or other insect?
The rabbit flicking through its web or webbing to attract rabbits or other insects to its site?
The donkey flicking under a tree or bush to catch an animal or a bird?
The human flicking by hand to catch or kill a human or animal?
The gorilla flicking left or right to attract, or right or left to kill a gorilla?
The horse flicking forward to catch, or to kill, a horse?
The bird flicking backward to attract to the nest of another bird?
The boar flicking upwards in a desperate attempt to capture or kill an animal?
The dolphin flicking backwards in order catch, capture, or kill another dolphin?
The otter flicking forwards to catch otters or other sea creatures?
The mink flicking upward in order for the mink to swim or for it to catch fish?
The tortoise flicking right or backwards to attract sea turtles?
The sea serpent flicking downwards in order capture, capture or eat another sea creature?
The goat flicking sideways to attract goats or other animals?
The chicken flicking directly up or right in an order to kill an innocent bird or other animal?
The wild boar swinging its tail or its leg towards the direction of its prey?
The bobcat flicking one end of its tail towards its prey to attract them to a certain location?
The deer flicking either up or down in order make the deer stand up, or turn towards the target?
The raccoon flicking vertically in order hunt for raccoons?
The cockroach flicking straight upwards in order kill a cockroach?
The house cat flinging one end towards its own cage to attract cats?
The kangaroo flicking both ends of its body towards its quarry, or its friend?
The tiger flicking only one side of its face upwards to attract tigers?
The dragon flicking simultaneously at both ends to attract dragons?
The crocodile flicking two or three times to attract crocodiles?
The water spinner flicking side to head to catch the water, or flicking opposite to its target to catch something else?
The hippopotamus flicking horizontally to attract hippos?
The jellyfish fl