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Dōbutsu uranai (動物占い in Japanese) or zoological fortune-telling is a recent Japanese divination trend based on an animal horoscope. Each person is categorized into an animal-type based on their birthdate, and based on their animal-type they are supposed to have certain personality traits. There are four categories of animals, each representing a position on two axes: self-centered vs. mindful of others and focused vs. easily distracted.
- Earth group: (self-centered, focused)
- Sun group: (self-centered, easily distracted)
- Full moon group: (mindful of others, focused)
- New moon group: (mindful of others, easily distracted)
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