About your personal animal

Have you swiped in the app, or are you curious about the possible outcomes? In this handy overview, you can find your little animal and its corresponding dominant traits!

Antelope T-rex Bear Eagle
Hummingbird Giraffe Panda Owl
Monkey Buffalo Orca Rhino
Lion Koala Raccoon Elephant
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A Raccoon is a person who feels comfortable with others and derives energy from interactions with people. Raccoons are inspiring, motivating, and caring, and they enjoy taking the lead. They excel at achieving consensus and can bring out the best in a team through their precise teamwork and decision-making skills. They respect others’ values and involve them in the process.

Strengths: Charismatic, altruistic, leadership qualities, creative, and reliable.
Weaknesses: (Too) idealistic, vulnerable to criticism, perfectionistic.

In communication, Raccoons prefer brevity and are enthusiastic, warm, and creative. They are charming with a deep understanding of what excites people. Raccoons see potential in others and genuinely desire to help people. Their generosity and caring nature sometimes lead them to neglect their own needs. Raccoons are empathetic and seek harmony, often avoiding conflicts. They tend to take criticism personally.

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The Elephant is a charismatic leader, often extravert. Elephants feel at ease around people and draw energy from interactions with others. They excel in strategic thinking about the future, seeing the big picture. They are creative in efficiently utilizing available people and resources to achieve their long-term goals. Not only that, but they also have no problem taking on a strong leadership role.

Strengths: Energetic, inspiring, honest and direct, efficient.
Weaknesses: Stubborn, dominant, and impatient.

In communication, Elephants focus on the big picture. Although they are precise and factual, they benefit from seeing the whole picture. An Elephant relies on experts, enjoys engaging in discussions about interesting topics, and is genuinely interested in others’ ideas. They are generally straightforward, hold high standards, and have high expectations. Elephants are assertive, innovative, and think long-term. In relationships, they can be controlling, distant, and seek variety. Conflict is something an Elephant accepts and even enjoys. They can handle criticism well.

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Orcas have excellent social skills and draw energy from the company of others. They enjoy sharing their energy with others and readily express their ideas, even when they are still in development. They instinctively connect with others and are very well-liked.

Strengths: Popular, friendly, energetic, creative, and flexible.
Weaknesses: Emotional, overly altruistic, difficulty focusing.

In communication, Orcas prefer brevity, focus on people, and are warm and enthusiastic. In relationships, they are empathetic, good at sensing emotions, and seek harmony. Orcas tend to avoid conflicts and take criticism personally. When they learn to stay focused, complete tasks, and accept authority in their relationships, Orcas have a lot to offer and possess many abilities. In a learning process, an Orca will first want to intuitively understand something, then sense it, and take immediate action. This includes setting clear, controllable goals, with a primary focus on the future


Rhinoceroses are extravert and greatly enjoy the company of others. They are enthusiastic, which is evident in sharing ideas that are still in development. They love taking the lead and prefer to be at the forefront. Despite their love for socializing, it must have a purpose. They don’t need to hear the latest gossip and aren’t interested in small talk.

Strengths: Original, charismatic, skilled at brainstorming, energetic, and honest.
Weaknesses: Insensitive, easily get bored, dislike practical matters.

In communication, Rhinoceroses focus on the big picture. They are interested in various intriguing topics and rely on experts. Rhinoceroses are inspired by ideas and, with their enthusiasm and verbal skills, can get others on board with their ventures. In relationships, they tend to be distant and neglectful in maintaining them. The need for variety takes precedence. Rhinoceroses believe conflicts are a natural part of relationships and do not take criticism personally.


Koalas are energetic and willing to take the lead, especially in social situations. They enjoy pushing themselves and those around them. They recharge by communicating with others and putting themselves in public situations. Koalas have no trouble expressing their opinions and make it known when they believe others are talking nonsense.

Strengths: Loyal, responsible, seek win-win outcomes, enthusiastic, and reliable.
Weaknesses: Overly altruistic, dislike improvisation, vulnerable to criticism.

In communication, Koalas are concrete and precise. They love sharing their experiences with others to help them along the way. They are warm, sympathetic, and tactful. Furthermore, they appreciate traditions and security, leading stable lives with many of the same contacts, friends, and family. As a result, they are valued and seen as loyal friends.


The Buffalo is an extravert individual who feels comfortable with people around them. Buffaloes draw energy from interactions with others. They are creative in efficiently utilizing available people and resources to achieve their long-term goals. They have no problem taking on a strong leadership role.

Strengths: Practical, improvisational, good with people.
Weaknesses: Sensitive, always seeking excitement, difficulty focusing.

In communication, Buffaloes prefer a personal and social approach. They appreciate concreteness and respect for an individual and their values. In relationships, Buffaloes like to involve everyone, are stimulating, and nurturing. A Buffalo does not enjoy conflicts. Their immense zest for life and desire to be with others make them pleasant to be around. Although they are flexible, interested in people, gentle, and friendly, they struggle with close relationships. People shouldn’t get too close. When someone turns against a Buffalo, it’s usually short-lived because who can stay mad at such a charming entertainer. If they fail to avoid the pitfalls of their seize-the-day mentality, such as not keeping their commitments or showing little commitment, there’s a chance their environment may turn against them.

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The name says it all: a Lion. Someone with a clear opinion. Someone who understands what is acceptable and what is not. This often makes the Lion, usually an extravert person, an excellent manager. Lions are usually energetic and willing to take the lead. They love to challenge themselves and can involve their surroundings in this. They are proactive, experienced, and embrace the world around them.

Strengths: Devoted, honest, direct, good at organizing, responsible.
Weaknesses: Stubborn, quick to judge, difficult to relax.

In communication, Lions prefer seriousness, goal-oriented discussions, and a critical approach. As natural leaders, they exude confidence, are energetic, and like to see quick results from their efforts. A Lion understands things better when they are organized, and once they can discover a sequence or hierarchy, the spark ignites. They learn this way, organize their ideas this way, and want to interact with the world around them in the same way. They find it difficult to deal with people who adopt a more relaxed attitude and operate from that standpoint. In relationships, a Lion is protective and offers support, and they are not afraid of conflicts. Communication can be quite blunt during conflicts.

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Monkeys see the big picture. They are creative in efficiently utilizing available people and resources to achieve their goals. They have no problem taking on a strong leadership role and are considered extravert individuals. They like to be in the spotlight and enjoy energetic conversations with a dose of intelligence.

Strengths: Honest and direct, rational, social, practical.
Weaknesses: Take many risks, insensitive, and do not always consider rules.

In communication, monkeys are cheerful and excellent storytellers. They will immediately seize opportunities and prefer detailed, measurable information. Monkeys can assess people very well and will use this skill to get people on board with the projects that occupy a Monkey’s mind. They are enthusiastic, energetic, creative, and inspiring. In relationships, a Monkey is nurturing, but can be bossy due to their need for influence. Monkeys do not shy away from conflicts or criticism.


The Bear is usually introverted. They don’t need to be in an environment with many people every day and can concentrate well in a quiet setting with few stimuli. They can enjoy conversations and being in groups of people, but they also appreciate some quiet time now and then. Bears are idealistic and moralistic.

Strengths: Creative, inspiring, determined, passionate, and altruistic.
Weaknesses: Sensitive, perfectionistic, at risk of taking on too much.

In communication, Bears prefer fewer details. They are warm individuals, focused on people. They are enthusiastic and creative. Furthermore, Bears are empathetic and intuitive. They seek harmony and dislike conflict. They tend to take criticism personally. Bears are friendly, caring, complex, and intuitive individuals with a direct and profound insight into others. They keep large parts of their personality hidden, also because they wouldn’t know how to explain it all. They are the support and guide for their friends and enjoy being the mentor in their personal development.


The Panda is introverted and may come across as reserved, calm, or sometimes even shy. However, the Panda is very passionate, even if it doesn’t always show. Pandas prefer not to be in the spotlight, but can handle themselves well on their own. They are good listeners, but selective in where they invest their energy. They require less stimulation than others and have the option to disconnect from their surroundings.

Strengths: Devoted, creative, idealistic, open-minded, and altruistic.
Weaknesses: Taking things too personally, self-effacement, and being too reserved.

In communication, Pandas prefer fewer details. They are warm individuals, focused on people. They are enthusiastic and creative. Furthermore, Pandas are empathetic and intuitive. They seek harmony and dislike conflict. They tend to take criticism personally. Pandas are friendly, caring, complex, and intuitive individuals with a direct and profound insight into others. They are self-motivators who may lack structure in their lives. They have deep intuitions about other people and can instantly understand what drives them and in which direction they are heading. Furthermore, they are highly sensitive and measure everything against their values.

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The Eagle is known for their brilliant ideas. The Eagle doesn’t need many casual contacts; having strong connections with a few people is enough. This type doesn’t enjoy small talk, dislikes superficiality, and prefers deeper conversations. Eagles can also excel independently and feel comfortable outside the spotlight. They are excellent observers and are adept at detecting contradictions. However, they prefer not to do this in the company of many people as it can drain their energy at times.

Strengths: Honest and direct, hardworking and determined, independent, quick and versatile minds.
Weaknesses: May come across as arrogant, perfectionist, and can be quick to judge.

In communication, Eagles prefer to see the big picture. They appreciate facts and accuracy and rely on experts. They make excellent conversationalists when it comes to an interesting topic. Due to their reserved demeanor, they may appear distant but are often seen as inspiring. They don’t shy away from conflict and do not take criticism personally.


The Owl is known as the inventor or philosopher and often has innovative ideas, which they tend to express while they are still in development. This can sometimes make it challenging for others to understand them, as Owls try to bring other people along with their enthusiasm. Owls develop smart solutions and ideas best in silence, with not too many people around. They prefer to work in a quiet environment and can effectively shut out their surroundings when necessary.

Strengths: Analytical, honest, objective, original.
Weaknesses: Self-doubt, withdrawn, dislike rules.

Owls are analytical, quick to understand, original, innovative, accurate, enthusiastic, good-humored, defiant, unconventional, and logical thinkers. They are the pioneers of new ideologies in society. Focusing and getting into the zone comes naturally to them.


The T-Rex is a true altruist who values having things in order and feeling comfortable. They prefer not to be in the spotlight, don’t seek recognition, but appreciate acknowledgment of their achievements. They don’t need many people around them or a lot of external stimulation.

Strengths: Reliable, responsible, patient, practical-minded.
Weaknesses: Taking things personally, overly altruistic, resistance to change.

In communication, T-Rexes are shy but friendly. The T-Rex likes to share their experiences to help others. They may tend to put themselves in the background. Furthermore, they are gentle, warm, and helpful. T-Rexes are generous, reliable, responsible, sensitive, and good at keeping things on track according to a plan. However, the T-Rex is also self-critical. In reality, they should give themselves the warmth and love they so readily give to others. They have an intense aversion to conflicts and can only work with positive feedback.


The Giraffe lives in a colorful, sensual world and draws inspiration from connections with people. The Giraffe is an exploratory type, loves experimenting and discovering, and enjoys seeing new perspectives. This leads to a certain degree of spontaneity, making Giraffes unpredictable. They can unexpectedly surprise you. Nevertheless, they are introverted individuals who can retreat to search for new energy. They sometimes need time for self-reflection, from which they gain fresh insights.

Strengths: Passionate, curious, charming, adaptable.
Weaknesses: Difficulty following rules and easily emotionally thrown off balance.

In communication, Giraffes are personal and social. They appreciate concrete explanations of the impact on others. The Giraffe always respects an individual and their values. Furthermore, they are warm and service-oriented, seeking harmony and affection. They are sensitive and caring. The Giraffe sees something positive in everyone but takes criticism very personally and essentially does not tolerate contradiction. They are not easily open to others.


The Antelope loves order, is reserved, and is a hard worker. They enjoy being alone or in a small group and can be reserved in large gatherings. Antelopes process their world internally and sometimes need to recharge in silence after social occasions.

Strengths: Versatile, responsible, loyal, direct, and practical.
Weaknesses: Stubborn, bound by rules, difficulty dealing with unstructured situations.

Antelopes prefer established communication methods. In communication, they are serious, goal-oriented, and critical. Furthermore, they can come across as reserved and sometimes even cold. They are reliable individuals, focused on authority. They like to be right in a conversation and don’t shy away from conflicts. They are not comfortable expressing emotions. Furthermore, they respect rules and order, value honesty and integrity, and live by those values themselves.



The Hummingbird is unpredictable and spontaneous. The Hummingbird prefers to process information on their own, allowing for enough peace to think things through. The Hummingbird wants to know how things work and is not hesitant to get their hands dirty and discover how something fits together. The Hummingbird can enjoy a self-devised unique solution to a complex problem.

Strengths: Practical, spontaneous, relaxed during a crisis.
Weaknesses: Stubborn, reserved, easily bored.

In communication, Hummingbirds are down-to-earth and direct: ‘just do it’. They don’t need hysteria. They trust their senses and prefer concrete information that is logical, measurable, and detailed. They don’t readily share their feelings. However, they will always go the extra mile because Hummingbirds like to win. An outburst of anger is not uncommon.

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