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Animals that Appear on a Coat of Arms

Can you name the animals that appear on the coat of arms, seal, or national emblem of a sovereign nation?
Not counting humans
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Last updated: October 28, 2019
First submittedOctober 13, 2019
Times taken14,124
Average score30.9%
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Birds
Papua New Guinea
Bird of Paradise
Trinidad and Tobago
Cocrico
Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador
Condor
Uganda
Crested crane
Mauritius
Dodo
Fiji, Guinea, Grenada, Tonga
Dove / pigeon
Germany, Russia, USA, +26 others
Eagle
Australia
Emu
Kuwait, São Tomé and Príncipe
Falcon
Bahamas
Flamingo
Kiribati
Frigatebird
Kyrgyzstan, Syria
Hawk
Trinidad and Tobago
Ibis
Dominica, St. Lucia,
São Tomé and Príncipe
Parrot
Barbados, St. Kitts & Nevis
Pelican
Guyana
Pheasant
Australia
Piping shrike
Kenya
Rooster
Guatemala
Quetzal
Sudan
Secretarybird
Australia
Swan
Seychelles
Tropicbird
Mali
Vulture
 
 
Mythical Creatures
Marshall Islands
Angel
Bhutan, Iceland
Dragon
Thailand
Garuda
Cambodia
Gajasimha
Latvia, Iceland
Griffin
Liechtenstein
Harpy
Uzbekistan
Huma bird
Canada, UK
Unicorn
Mammals
Namibia, Uganda, Zimbabwe
Antelope
Grenada
Armadillo
Eritrea
Camel
India, Uruguay, +9 others
Cattle
Antigua & Barbuda, Chile,
Mauritius
Deer
Chad, Ivory Coast, +3 others
Elephant
Albania, Chad, Croatia
Goat
Kazakhstan, Mongolia,
Uruguay, +7 others
Horse
Guyana
Jaguar
Australia
Kangaroo
D.R. Congo, Malawi, +5 others
Leopard
Bolivia, Peru
Llama
Netherlands, Sri Lanka,
United Kingdom, +37 others
Lion
Croatia
Marten
New Zealand
Sheep
Malaysia, Singapore
Tiger
Botswana
Zebra
 
 
Reptiles / Amphibians
Dominica
Frog
Jamaica, Solomon Islands
Crocodile
Mexico
Rattlesnake
Seychelles, Solomon Islands
Tortoise / Turtle
 
 
Fish
Barbados
Mahi-mahi
Bahamas
Marlin
Solomon Islands
Shark
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Level 74
Oct 26, 2019
Good quiz...I like it
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Level 84
Oct 26, 2019
Feels odd to refer to an angel as an "animal." Not sure I can make a solid argument for excluding it, though.
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Level 70
Jan 19, 2020
Agreed. It's a creature, but not an animal.
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Level 61
Oct 28, 2019
Piping shrike and swan are on state emblems in Australia not a national emblem. Very misleading.
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Level ∞
Oct 28, 2019
The quiz doesn't ask what the national emblems are. It asks which animals appear on the coat of arms.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Australia

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Level 27
Mar 6, 2022
On the national coat of arms an Emu and Kangaroo are holding up a shield which has a Piping Shrike, Swan, and Lion.
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Level 91
Oct 28, 2019
(Sorry for the forthcoming spoilers) Each section is alphabetical but kangaroo should be after horse and jaguar in the mammal section. This hindered me as I had kangaroo and leopard but couldn't think of mammals between letters k and l that were apparently the two missing answers in between - turns out they were 'h' and 'j', which caused the problem...
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Level ∞
Oct 28, 2019
Okay
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Level 79
Oct 28, 2019
I can't believe no country has a bear of any sort on their flag. Seems like a missed opportunity.
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Level 77
Oct 28, 2019
There's still some no-man's-land left. Lets conquer and make it happen.
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Level 87
Oct 28, 2019
Any Pooh will do.
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Level 87
Nov 8, 2019
Flag ≠ Coat of Arms
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Level 70
Jan 22, 2020
There is a bear on the danish coat of arms!
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Level 87
Oct 28, 2019
I gave up on mahi. Everyone calls them mahi or dolphinfish except marketing people who say mahi twice.
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Level 75
Nov 3, 2019
And Jacob Two-Two.
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Level 93
Oct 28, 2019
Maybe because it's the only marsupial on here, but Kangaroos aren't mammals.
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Level 76
Oct 30, 2019
Marsupials belong to the Class Mammalia. They are mammals.
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Level 76
Oct 30, 2019
Would be just as wrong as saying that a rabbit isn't a mammal because it's a rodent.
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Level 75
Nov 3, 2019
No, that would be even more wrong. Rabbits are lagomorphs, not rodents.
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Level 56
Apr 26, 2022
Or that a human isn’t because it’s a primate
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Level 73
Oct 31, 2019
I got huma bird by guessing human!
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Level 21
Jan 16, 2020
Same!
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Level 55
Jan 16, 2020
Didn't read the notes, tried human, got Huma Bird - Yay!!!
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Level 61
Jan 16, 2020
Angel is an animal? Wtf?
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Level 84
Jan 16, 2020
No bears, eh? Maybe when California declares independence.
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Level 56
Jan 18, 2020
I was surprised by that as well.
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Level 69
Jan 16, 2020
Marlin? But I typed swordfish and it didn't accept it. That's not cool.
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Level 77
Jan 16, 2020
They aren't the same thing. They belong to different families.
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Level 69
Jan 16, 2020
So they do. Thanks.

But, I would argue that if you can be right with either turtle or tortoise, you should also be right with marlin or swordfish (or sailfish.)

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Level 70
Jan 22, 2020
There is a bear on the greater version of the danish coat of arms!
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Level 68
Mar 7, 2020
Cyprus and Liberia are missing for dove.
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Level 65
Jul 29, 2020
There's a couple that has humans
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Level 91
Mar 24, 2021
The Trinidadian Coat of Arms has a shield with two hummingbirds on it.
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Level 75
Apr 12, 2021
Guessed every animal I could think of in the time. 32/55 scores 5/5.
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Level 40
Jun 29, 2021
Armadillos in Grenada?
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Level 44
Aug 11, 2021
Add Indonesian coat of arms (Indonesian coat of arms is garuda)
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Level 61
Mar 5, 2022
Accidentally got huma bird by trying human lol
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Level 59
Mar 5, 2022
I got ‘Huma Bird’ when I tried to type ‘Human’
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Level 62
Mar 5, 2022
An angel is a mythical animal?! Behave yourself!
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Level 67
Oct 25, 2022
How is that not behaving themselves???

Oh right, you think anything outside of a Christian view must be terribly offensive

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Level 35
Mar 5, 2022
Great Quiz!

I think you missed Sailfish for the Seychelles.

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Level 74
Mar 5, 2022
I can't believe I had never heard of the mythical creature for Cambodia. An elephant/lion hybrid is awesome
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Level 60
Mar 5, 2022
Maybe add buzzard as a type-in for vulture? (Apparently in other places "Buzzard" refers to a type of hawk, but in the US it's common to use "buzzard" and "vulture" interchangeably)
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Level 58
Mar 6, 2022
Im from the US and Ive never heard buzzard being used.
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Level 67
Oct 25, 2022
I've heard it all the time
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Level 79
Oct 25, 2022
Guatemala (quetzal) and Kenya (rooster) in the birds section should be flipped since Q is before R alphabetically.