I am a Web Leopard
Fast-moving – Web Leopards like you are adept at getting information from the internet very quickly. Your speed is a trait you share with real-world leopards, which are among the fastest land animals.
Solitary – Leopards live alone, fending for themselves in isolated home ranges. Similarly, the Web Leopard likes to go it alone when looking for information, rather than rely on social networks, or other sites where the users create the content.
Specialised – Web Leopards are best suited to performing one task at a time rather than multitasking. The real-world leopard is similarly specialised, being perfectly adapted to silently tracking its prey before pouncing.
I did the web behaviour test on BBC Lab UK, you’ll have to register. The test took 20 minutes and wasn’t easy, but enjoyed it. Lab UK is a BBC website where you can participate in groundbreaking scientific experiments online.
The Web Behaviour Test is designed to answer the question: are people who use the web a lot different to people who don’t? For more scientific background information about the web behaviour test read it here.
You can see and read about the other animals here after you’ve done the test