It's a little dirty, very sensual, but not animalic. It's edgier, dirtier, less of a comfort fragrance than Musc Ravageur which is basically just an spicy oriental with a little musk.
Bergamot, Mandarin, Neroli, Cumin essence, Rose, Jasmine, Ginger, Sandalwood, Copahu wood, Bourbon Vanilla, Myrrh, Musk.
Musc Ravageur isn't resolutely masculine by any means so I think you're ok with Kingdom. The EDP is much better. I don't find many orientals all that wearable and this one's no different.
If you want animalic, go for Muscs Koublaï Khän, or try something like Kama or Kama Extreme by Ava Luxe.
Civet, castoreum, ambergris and musk are the classic animalic notes, but costus and ambrette seed are also considered animal. Costus has a distinctly animal undertone. The odor has been compared to that of human hair, fur coats, and "wet dogs". It's extremely tenacious and used sparingly. Ambrette seed is smooth, rich, slightly sweet and musky all at once. It is also incredibly tenacious. A little goes a log way, and for the perfumer, it must be smelled imaginatively and dosed carefully. Muscs Koublaï Khän contains all of these ingredients.
Musc Koublaï Khän's notes:
Blend of musks
Bulgarian Rose absolute
I haven't worn it much (I prefer it on my girlfriend), but I perceive Ava Luxe Rasa Extreme as being more animalic than both of these. It comes in edp and pure perfume concentrations. I've only worn/smelled sillage from the edp so I imagine the pure perfume is outrageous. The edp lasts a solid twelve hours plus and it's animalic bliss. The paragon of animal as far as I'm concerned.
Rasa Extreme's notes: