​What do you see first?​

Optical illusions can be a fun way to assess your personality. Here is an image from a jungle, encompassing many animals. In order to learn about your most important personality traits, all you need to do is assess the image and focus on the first animal you spot. Next, read below to see what that means. Try this test with your friends to see what animal they spot and what it would indicate about their personality.


If you see the elephant first, you are likely to be known as the “smart” one in a group. You like to stay well informed about anything you venture into, and have an eye for detail. You also have a calm personality, and people admire you for your ability to see through a mess and help them find a solution.



If you see the lion first, you are likely to have a unique perspective while looking at various challenges or opportunities. You follow your heart and believe in getting things done, rather than over-thinking and planning every small detail. You have confidence in your abilities as well your kismet or destiny.

​Flying birds​

If you see the flying birds first, you are likely to have a very simple view towards life. You take things one day at a time. You do not believe in complicating things and are a firm believer of go-with-the-flow. You may be bad at taking life-changing decisions, however, whenever you follow your heart, it leads you to something good.

The analysis of an individual’s personality in this report is based on the opinions of experts and other reports available.

​How personality tests work?​

​Common types of personality​

According to many contemporary personality psychologists, there are five basic dimensions of personality — extraversion (also often spelled extroversion), agreeableness, openness, conscientiousness, and neuroticism.

According to Verywellmind, extraversion is sociability, agreeableness is kindness, openness is creativity and intrigue, conscientiousness is thoughtfulness, and neuroticism often involves sadness or emotional instability.