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For the villager whose French name is Zoé, see Carmen.

Type of Anteater villager Zoe  
Artwork of Zoe the Anteater
Species Personality Gender
Anteater Emotion Happiness NH Icon cropped.png Normal Female
Star sign Aquarius Aquarius
Catchphrase "whiiifff"
Clothing Hot Spring Shirt
Main appearances
Other appearances
Name in other languages
Phrase in other languages
 fouf fouf

Zoe is a normal anteater villager in the Animal Crossing series. She appears in Doubutsu no Mori, Animal Crossing, and Doubutsu no Mori e+.



Zoe is a turquoise anteater with a creamy white muzzle and paws, and long eyelashes. The insides of her ears are hot strawberry pink. Zoe's eyes are hazel. She has brown hair on the top of her head like Chrissy and Francine. She also appears to be wearing a similar hood like them as well.


Below is a brief description of the normal personality. For more information, click here.

Zoe has a normal personality, making her kind and approachable, but shy and secretive. She likes talking about the town's environment and enjoys walking around the town.

Villager information[edit]

In Animal Crossing[edit]

In Animal Crossing, Zoe cannot be one of the starting villagers in the player's town.

Species Personality Catchphrase
Anteater Normal whiiifff
Default clothing Hot Spring Shirt PG Model.png Hot Spring Shirt
Default umbrella Plaid Parasol PG Model.png Plaid Parasol
Star sign (DnMe+) Aquarius Aquarius
Smallcheckmark.png Favorite style (DnMe+) Strange
Smallxmark.png Least favorite style (DnMe+) Refined
Live song gift (DnMe+) K.K. Fusion


In Animal Crossing[edit]

Zoe's house features the same furniture layout as Frobert's in Doubutsu no Mori e+.

Card profiles[edit]

Animal Crossing e-Reader card[edit]

Animal Crossing-e 4-236 (Zoe).jpg

Card back

Animal Crossing-e 4-236 (Zoe - Back).jpg

#236 Zoe - Series 4
Gender: Female
Clothes: Hot Spring Shirt
Sign: Aquarius
Phrase: whiiifff
Profile: Zoe doesn't just use her impressive nose to catch insects. That girl writes with her nose too! Unusual? Yes. Practical? You bet. Now she can write and plant flowers at the same time.
Password: LjbU6kUniIRwpa


Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese ビーフン
Rice vermicelli in Japanese

Simplified Chinese 蔓蔓 (iQue)
Màn màn

German Zoe -

European Spanish Naricia From nariz, meaning "nose"

European French Zoé From English name

Italian Zoe Same as English name

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