Animals of the Zodiac by Astrological Sign


Aries, the first of the 12 signs and the first of the animal signs of the zodiac, is considered the "head" sign. The ram, a sheep with curled horns, is a representation of the horoscope. The sign frequently uses a straightforward image to represent the ram's head.


Second, Taurus rules the astrological calendar's month of April 20 through May 20. This sign is represented by a bull. According to Greek mythology, Zeus impersonated a bull in order to abduct Europa, a Phoenician beauty


Twins are often used as a symbol for Geminis since they are thought to have a dual nature. Although there isn't an animal associated with this zodiac sign, many animals, including deer, are said to reflect the traits of a Gemini.


In astrology, Cancer, the fourth animal of the zodiac, rules the time period from June 22 to July 22. The origin of its crab emblem is the crab (or lobster or crayfish) that bit Heracles, also known as Hercules, as he was battling the Lernaean Hydra in Greek mythology.


Leo, the fifth sign of the zodiac sign animals, stands for the period roughly from July 23 to August 22. Because Heracles slew the Nemean lion, Leo is frequently depicted as a lion in mythology.


The second half of the year and the fall harvest are heralded by the earth sign Virgo. Although a virgin maiden is the official Virgo symbol, several animals, including the fox, are associated with this sign.


Scales are the symbol for Libras because they are balanced and just. Like the panda, they are attractive but independent in nature.


Scorpius refers to those who were born between October 24 and November 21. (or Scorpio). The scorpion, which symbolises the eighth astrological sign of the zodiac, is here.


Sagittarius the Archer, the ninth tropical zodiac sign, loves adventure. The Sun's yearly journey takes it across Sagittarius from November 22 to December 21. Sagittarius is represented by the archer.


Aquarius, the eleventh sign of the zodiac, is a member of the Aquarius constellation. Its Latin name means "carrier of cups" or "bearer of water," and its prehistoric astronomical emblem features a picture of water.


The last sign of the zodiac according to Western astrology is Pisces. In the Pisces constellation, two fish, one giant and one small, are intertwined.