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Animal Face

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The small, cured buds of the Animal Face strain smell of sweet mint and taste equally as fresh. Upon a deeper inhalation, you will find hints of nuts and pine. The bud’s deep green hues are covered in a snowy layer of trichomes, and reviewers have shared this strain can be quite potent.

Effects have been described as both body and mind-numbing, with aches, pains, and the unwanted stress of the day melting away. Consumers said their mood enhanced and a pleasant tingling spread through their body and limbs. Deep but satisfying contemplation about various aspects of life soon followed.

The Animal Face, a Sativa dominant Hybrid cannabis strain results from crossing Faceoff OG with Animal Mints.

Animal Face THC levels tend to reach around 25%. Its dominant terpenes are caryophyllene, humulene, and limonene.

Cannabinoid Lab Data

Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 25.099%
Terpene Lab Data

Terpene Amount
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.947%
Alpha Humulene: 0.3385%
Limonene: 0.3165%

Frequently Asked Questions About Animal Face

Animal Face is a Sativa-dominant hybrid strain that emits a light minty scent with hints of nuts and pine. While it’s Sativa-dominant, it does create Indica-like effects as well, according to reviewers. They’ve described it as both body and mind-numbing.

What does Animal Face mean?

This strain’s name comes from its lineage, with its parent strains being Animal Mints and Faceoff OG.

Where does Animal Face come from?

Animal Face comes from crossing Faceoff OG and Animal Mints.

What does Animal Face taste like?

Animal Face tastes like sweet mint with hints of nuts and pine.

What does Animal Face smell like?

Animal Face has a light scent that has been compared to sweet mint mixed with pine and nuts.

What color does Animal Face have?

The small, cured buds of Animal Face have an array of greens, topped with a light coating of trichomes that mimic snow.

What effects does Animal Face have?

Effects have been described as both body and mind-numbing, with aches, pains, and the unwanted stress of the day melting away. Consumers said their mood enhanced and a pleasant tingling spread through their body and limbs. Deep but satisfying contemplation about various aspects of life soon followed.

Is Animal Face an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Animal Face is a Sativa-dominant hybrid.

12 of the funniest animal faces

From a fat-faced chipmunk to a ‘laughing’ red-eyed tree frog, enjoy these animals making some seriously silly faces

It is almost impossible to not crack a smile at the silly faces being made by the animals below, captured by some talented photographers who were in the right place at the right time. With comedy. it’s all in the timing!

‘Stuffed full of nuts’ by Barb D’Arpino

Chipmunks (Tamias spp.) are the smallest members of the squirrel family and very lively they are too, with starring roles in many a Hollywood blockbuster. All but one of the 25 species of chipmunk are found in North America.

“She always brightened our days, you couldn’t help smiling while watching and photographing her behaviour,” Barb told BBC Earth. See Barb’s image on Flickr.

‘The Scream’ by Peter Brannon

The tricoloured heron (Egretta tricolor), also known as the Louisiana heron, is a colourful medium-sized heron of the Americas with a liking for coastal swamps and marshes. In flight and at rest they hold their neck at a curve similar in shape to an ‘S’.

It’s obvious why Peter compares his heron image to Edvard Munch’s The Scream. He still gets a bit of a start when he sees it: “To this day I am still not sure who was more surprised, me or the heron,” he told BBC Earth. See Peter’s image on Flickr.

‘Moose shake’ by Tor Atle H. Kleven

They are known as moose (Alces alces) in North America and elk in Europe and are the largest living species of deer, reaching an impressive two or more metres at the shoulder. They live in colder regions as their large bodies cannot sweat added to the heat produced by fermentation in their guts, makes living anywhere else uncomfortable.

Tor was lucky enough to capture this female moose having a shake in Sweden and titled it ‘Moose shake’. See Tor’s image on Flickr.

‘Because I’m happy’ by Giorgia Marinoni

Red-eyed tree frogs (Agalychnis callidryas) are some of Central America’s most colourful and unusual residents, named after those bulging red eyes. When threatened this iconic rainforest amphibian flashes its red eyes, orange feet and blue flanks, hoping to startle any predator and gain precious seconds to escape; a technique known as ‘startle colouration’.

This red-eyed tree frog could almost be laughing at photographer Giorgia, who took this at Oasi di Sant’Alessio, Pavia, Italy. See Giorgia’s image on Flickr.

‘Slumber time’ by Haydn Bartlett

Orangutans (Pongo spp.) are Asia’s only great apes, with one species found on the island of Borneo and the other on Sumatra. These ‘people of the forest’, as their name translates, are remarkably intelligent.

Some populations use sticks to probe for termites for food, and this knowledge is passed down through the generations. Males are larger than females and have distinctive throat pouches and cheek pads. See Haydn’s image on Flickr.

‘Curly tongue’ by Mike Franks

It will come as no surprise that the giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) is the tallest living land animal and native to Africa, but less well known is that they have long dextrous tongues up to half a metre long. While it may look like a giraffe is rudely sticking its tongue out, it is probably about to wrap it around some tasty leaves.

“The great thing about the giraffe was that every photograph I shot he was pulling a different face,” Mike told BBC Earth. See Mike’s image on Flickr.

‘Posing for the camera’ by Bob Hadfield

Celebes crested macaques (Macaca nigra) are critically endangered monkeys only found in the forests of a few Indonesian islands including Sulawesi (formally known as Celebes). Male macaques show aggression by staring with an open mouth, grinning, yawning and lunging; they exhibit submission by lip-smacking and grimacing.

Bob believes that, “The macaque literally smiled for the camera… It felt remarkably like a human response.” See Bob’s image on Flickr.

‘Funny face’ by Ranveig Marie Nesse

Red deer (Cervus elaphus) are common inhabitants of Europe, Asia and North Africa. They are grazers of grass and shrubs with a four-chambered stomach. Only the stags sport the impressive antlers seen here, which start growing in spring and are usually shed at the end of winter.

This red deer, captured by Ranveig in Namsskogan, Norway could be ‘chewing the cud’ but it’s more likely that he is trying to scare the photographer away. See Ranveig’s image on Flickr.

‘Portrait of an ostrich’ by Steven Fischkoff

Ostriches (Struthio camelus) are pretty hard to mistake for any other bird, other than perhaps emus, but ostriches are African whereas emus are an Australian native. They are the largest living bird, with running speeds approaching 70km/h, the fastest land speed of any bird around today.

The distinctive long necks, legs and large eyes add to their comedy value; this perfect portrait was taken by Steven. Here is his Flickr image.

‘Smile’ by Paul Biggs

Frogs (Anura spp.) are a diverse group of amphibians containing approximately 5,000 known species; the call, or croak, of a frog is very distinctive to each species. The bulging eyes of most species provide almost 360° vision.

This grinning example may look like an early Noughties animation, but this is a mirrored composite image of a frog by Paul Biggs.

When Paul first saw it, he says the image: “Made me laugh out loud and still brings a smile to my face every time I see it”. See Paul’s image on Flickr.

‘Alpaca my bags’ by Aaron Sarauer

Alpaca (Vicugna pacos) are relatives of the camel that have been domesticated in South America for thousands of years. They are known for ‘spitting’ saliva and stomach acid at other alpaca to express their displeasure or rebuke amorous advances; but it’s not something they do very often.

“When I took the photo it was hard not to laugh directly at his face. It makes you think of how you feel after a bad hangover or late night and just don’t care how you look!” Aaron told BBC Earth. See Aaron’s image on Flickr.

‘Starry-eyed’ by Haydn Bartlett

Don’t be fooled by the funny ‘cross-eyed’ pose of this incredible close-up of an owl, as they can be some of the most efficient birds of prey on the planet. They are often heralded as symbols of wisdom and mystery, although you wouldn’t believe it looking at this snowy owl (Bubo scandiacus) captured by Haydn Bartlett. See Haydn’s image on Flickr.

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Animal Face

breed by Seed Junky Genetics

Here you can find all info about Animal Face from Seed Junky Genetics. If you are searching for information about Animal Face from Seed Junky Genetics, check out our Basic Infos, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information — or list all Animal Face Strains (2) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Animal Face is a mostly sativa variety from Seed Junky and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±67 days ) and outdoors . Seed Junkys Animal Face is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Seed Junkys Animal Face Description

We chose to hit the highly sought after Faceoff OG clone with our Animal Mints male in order to: combine the Faceoff OG piney-fuel aroma, mind numbing potency, with super dense-Cookie flavored qualities our Animal Mints male provides to his offspring. This strain can yield well and can be surprising come harvest time. Her super dense nuggs weigh very heavy . This cross is a true delight for the person in search of powerful, delicious tasting herb. Animal Face is a great selection for those seeking access to some of the most popular California strains available.

Yield: Medium
Flowering Time: 9-10 Weeks
Plant Height: Medium-Tall

Animal Face Lineage / Genealogy

  • Animal Face »»» Faceoff OG x Animal Mints
  • Faceoff OG
    • OG Kush Selfed Probably
      • »»» Chemdawg x Probably
      • Lemon Thai x Hindu Kush, Pakistan
        • Lemon Thai »»» Sativa
        • Hindu Kush, Pakistan »»» Indica
      • Chemdawg
        • Unknown Indica »»» Indica
  • Animal Mints
    • »»» Animal Cookies x SinMint Cookies
    • Animal Cookies
      • »»» Girl Scout Cookies x Fire OG Bx3
      • Girl Scout Cookies
        • »»» F1 Durban x OG Kush South Florida
        • F1 Durban S1
          • Cherry Pie Kush
            • »»» Durban Poison x Chemdawg Mendocino
            • Durban Poison IBL
              • Africa Durban »»» Sativa
            • Chemdawg Mendocino (specified above)
        • OG Kush South Florida (specified above)
      • Fire OG Bx3 BX3
        • »»» Fire Kush x Unknown Strain BX3
        • Fire Kush
          • OG Kush Fire cut (specified above)
        • Unknown Strain
    • SinMint Cookies
      • »»» Girl Scout Cookies x Blue Power
      • Girl Scout Cookies (specified above)
      • Blue Power
        • »»» Power x White Moonshine
        • Power
          • »»» Sour Dubble x SoCal Master Kush
          • Sour Dubble
            • »»» Sour Diesel IBL x Sour Bubble
            • Sour Diesel IBL IBL
              • Sour Diesel
                • »»» Original Diesel x DNL
                • Original Diesel
                  • »»» Chemdawg x
                  • MassSuperSkunk x SensiNL
                    • MassSuperSkunk
                      • Super Skunk Probably
                        • »»» Skunk #1 x Afghanistan
                        • Skunk #1
                          • Skunk #1
                            • Skunk #1
                              • »»» Afghanistan x Mexico x Colombia
                              • Afghanistan »»» Indica
                              • Mexico »»» Sativa
                              • Colombia »»» Sativa
                        • Afghanistan »»» Indica
                    • SensiNL
                      • »»» NL #1 x NL #2 x NL #5
                      • NL #1 IBL
                        • Afghanistan »»» Indica
                      • NL #2
                        • Northern Lights
                          • Afghanistan Indica Probably »»» Indica
                      • NL #5
                        • USA, Kalifornien »»» Mostly Indica
                  • Chemdawg (specified above)
                • DNL
                  • »»» x Northern Lights
                  • RFK Skunk x Hawaiian
                    • RFK Skunk
                      • Unknown Skunk
                        • Skunk #1 (specified above)
                    • Hawaiian »»» Indica/Sativa Hybr >BX3
                      • »»» BOGBubble Sour Bubble Clone x BX3
                      • BOGBubble Sour Bubble Clone x BOGBubble
                        • BOGBubble Sour Bubble Clone
                          • WL Bubblegum
                            • »»» Bubblegum x Bubble Gum
                            • Bubblegum
                              • Indiana Bubblegum
                                • USA, Unknown Hybr >Sour Bubble Clone (specified above)
                            • SoCal Master Kush Selection
                              • Masterkush
                                • Masterkush
                                  • Hindu Kush x Hindu Kush (specified above)
                          • White Moonshine
                            • »»» The White x Blue Moonshine
                            • The White
                              • Unknown Hybr >F3
                                • Blueberry F2
                                  • Blueberry Line F1
                                    • »»» Temple Flo x HTAF F1
                                    • Temple Flo F3
                                      • Floral Line
                                        • »»» Purple Thai x Afghani
                                        • Purple Thai
                                          • »»» H.O.G. x Chocolate Thai
                                          • H.O.G.
                                            • Mexico »»» Sativa
                                          • Chocolate Thai
                                            • Thailand »»» Sativa
                                        • Afghani
                                          • Afghanistan Probably Indica »»» Indica
                                    • HTAF F1
                                      • »»» Thailand x Afghani F1
                                      • Thailand »»» Sativa
                                      • Afghani (specified above)

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                      We all know that sometimes it can be difficult to get your kids to eat the food you make, but animal faces toast makes it easy.

                      That doesn’t mean you need to cater to their every whim all the time, but it is helpful to have a few tricks up your sleeve when the most dire situation strikes.

                      That’s why we love these animal faces toast ideas.

                      They are fun, easy to replicate and you can have even more fun with them by coming up with new ideas of your own.

                      You might like to serve these alongside our yummy Hot Fudge Sauce with fruit or Fruit and Yogurt Kabobs. Both are fun ways to get more fruit into your child’s diet.

                      Making Fun Food Encourages Healthy Eating

                      The more often you provide your kids with fun food choices that are healthy, the more likely they will be to fall in love with the taste of healthy food choices.

                      Kids love to be entertained. It’s a fact. They also love the little details that you put into their snacks and lunches.

                      Even today, with my own daughter well on her way to being grown up (okay, so we still have most of the high school years ahead of us) I still show her I care when I make her special lunches.

                      And yes, the debate can commence–at what age should kids/teens start making their own lunches.

                      Here’s the thing. My daughter is perfectly capable of making her own lunch and does sometimes. But, I have the time in the morning and I like to make sure she is getting a healthy lunch. So, there is no injustice in that, right?

                      Yes, I’m making it easier on her, but kids these days or so crazy busy that I think it is perfectly okay to help them out here and there. If she were a completely irresponsible girl who needed a few lessons in accountability, the story might be different.

                      So, while I don’t pack these fun animal faces in my own teen daughter’s lunch box, my family has spent years playing with food.

                      We are staunch supporters of the play with your food movement.

                      Okay…it might not literally be a movement, but you’ve seen all the fun bento box lunch ideas, right?

                      There are so many creative lunch recipes and it seems like just as many fun bento lunch boxes. We can all be stylish with these!

                      And really, if making fun food like this brings a smile to your child’s face or that crazy fun laughter that makes you smile inside and outside as you watch them enjoy life…isn’t it all worth it?

                      That little extra time you spend doing something special for your kids doesn’t have to be time consuming. Seriously. Look at how easy these faces are to make.

                      A little nut or peanut butter spread and a few strawberries or bananas sliced up and you’re good to go!

                      I love discovering fun new ideas for making lunches. Whether you’re searching on Pinterest, Facebook, cookbooks or elsewhere, there are so, so many fun ideas out there for making fun interactive lunches. There are even YouTube videos (and channels) on the topic.

                      I found some really great books that have such fun lunch food ideas in them. Can you begin to imagine how special your child would feel if they opened up their lunch box at school and discovered that you made something super fun for them?

                      I’m all for the quick and easy, and morning rushes at our house certainly qualify for taking the easy route to lunch packing sometimes, but adding a special lunch here and there is a great idea!

                      Liven up your lunch box food with ideas from these fun books:

                      Make a Special Lunch with Animal Faces

                      There are so many special lunch ideas you could create, starting with animal faces and going as far as your imagination and research takes you.

                      Whether you’re making a bear, a mouse, a fish, a cat or a dog–or something else entirely, have fun with the simplest of ingredients.

                      All of these simple animal faces toast ideas are made with ingredients you likely have in your own kitchen on a regular basis.

                      Which is awesome, because not only are these snacks or lunch ideas super fun and easy to throw together, they can also be made out of ingredients you already have on hand. You’ve just saved yourself a trip to the store!

                      Nutella, cream cheese, and peanut butter are the bases for all of these toast ideas.

                      You could also use other types of nut butters.

                      Then, slice up bananas, apples and strawberries for the shapes needed for these fun open faced sandwiches and you’re good to go.

                      Toss on some blueberries, which always make fun eyes, and you have an animal toast creation fit for a king. Um…kid.

                      Play with Your Food

                      It’s true! Playing with your food is fun!

                      Seriously. Every time I’ve played with my own food to get creative or whatever–it’s been fun.

                      There is just something refreshing and youthful and playing with food and being creative in the kitchen. It’s a must try!

                      Whether you want to make panda toast, puppy toast or monkey toast, just get creative. Play with your food!

                      Being creative in the kitchen, especially with children, encourages positive growth in so many ways: first with leaning how to make food; secondly, creativity encourages learning; and third, creating fun food together in the kitchen is the perfect platform for building a trusting area for open conveyance.

                      If you start early enough, building an early shelter for communication is something that you can lean on for support as your kids grow older and into their tween and teen years.

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