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Brook trout

You scored 75 adaptability, 25 extroversion, 42 dominance, and 44 love of warmth!

The brook trout is a tough little fish. They can live in environments from the tinniest of streams to wide open lakes. The brook trout is easily outcompeted by largemouth bass and other similar sized fish, and tends to die-out when these fish are introduced to the same environment. Brook trout are solitary fish, and feed on both surface and waterborne insects, as well as small fish. You have the ability to carve out your own introverted niche in any environment. You don't cope well when having to work with others, and get somewhat intimidated. Others, however, admire your ability to deal with change on your own. You have a few very close friends who know what a profound individual you are.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • adaptability Distribution

    They scored 75% on adaptability, higher than 74% of your peers.

  • extroversion Distribution

    They scored 25% on extroversion, higher than 23% of your peers.

  • dominance Distribution

    They scored 42% on dominance, higher than 23% of your peers.

  • love of warmth Distribution

    They scored 44% on love of warmth, higher than 20% of your peers.

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