Architects around the world have been creating buildings that resemble animals to express their creative individuality.
While on vacation, animal lovers may visit hotels, churches, and museums with names like dogs, cats, or even elephants.
The fantastic creations created by various animal admirers can be found in countries such as the United States, India, and Germany.
Lucy, a 65-foot elephant in New Jersey, which was built in 1881 as a landmark for the community of Margate, is one of the most ancient animal constructions.
Meanwhile, the Durbuy Trojan Horse hotel room even has its own lowering bridge, with each room representing a unique fantasy.
Other animal structures include the Big Sheep in New Zealand, a former wool and handicraft shop, the Giant Koala tourist center in Australia, The Big Duck, a duck store in New York, and The Cat School in Germany.