Symbols of more than 50 animals, insects, birds and reptiles.

Each animal or living thing has different characteristics, which in part give them a certain symbolism. Here are some examples:

  • Eagle: strength, courage, leadership and prestige.
  • Spider: power and mystery.
  • Beaver: creative and artistic talent, ingenuity and dedication.
  • Deer: healing, kindness, friendliness and compassion.
  • Bat: Death and rebirth.
  • Horse: energy, strength and courage.
  • Dog: orientation, loyalty and confidence.
  • Hummingbirds: love, beauty and intelligence. He is a spiritual messenger.
  • Coyote: it represents the ability to recognize one's mistakes, as well as stealth, antics and especially humor.
  • Crow: symbolizes the fact of finding balance, living in the present and freeing yourself from old beliefs. He personifies talent and cunning, creativity and knowledge.
  • Dolphin: compassion, consideration for others, community and generosity.
  • Squirrel: love and abundance.
  • Falcon: soul healing, speed and movement. He is a good messenger, personifying guardianship, strength and a vision for the future.
  • Frog: Spring and new life, sensitivity, the importance of communication and stability.
  • Owl: wisdom, the ability to see what others do not see, love of nightlife and night.
  • Rabbit: caution, fertility, rebirth and safety.
  • Lizard: consciousness, persistence, hope and unconscious fears.
  • Wolf: the wolf symbolizes intelligence and leadership.
  • Otter: feminine strength, confidence, curiosity and dedication.
  • Bear: strength, loneliness, motherhood and education.
  • Butterfly: transformation and the ability to accept change.
  • Porcupine: Safety and security.
  • Enot: curiosity, adaptability and quick wits.
  • A fox: expectation, surveillance and secrecy.
  • Serpent: Revival, resurrection and dedication.
  • Mouse: personifies expectation, observation and diligence.
  • Turtle: Self-sufficiency, tenacity, slow progress.

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