idioms animal 11
act the goat (behave in a silly way to amuse others): Daniel is always serious and never acts the goat.
an eager beaver: John is an eager beaver and always leave work late.
an eagle eye (good at noticing small details): He is a manager with an eagle eye.
an eagle eye (a close watch): I need you to keep an eye on the kids, while I’m out.
a wild goose chase (a search for something that cannot be found): it seems that they have sent us on a wild goose chase.
(very clumsy): When Sophia wears high heels, she is awkward as a cow on roller skates.
a wolf in sheep’s clothing (a person who appears good but is bad): Beware of her. She is actually a wolf in sheep’s clothing.
a worm’s eye view (a view from below): You can approach the project from either a bird’s eye or a worm’s eye view.