3. What animal is depicted on the national coat of arms of Norway? It might seem out of place in that country!
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A number of other countries use the Lion as a national animal, including Bulgaria, Ethiopia, Iran (specifically the Asiatic lion), Kenya, Libya, Luxembourg, North Macedonia, Morocco (specifically the Barbary lion), Netherlands, Singapore, Togo and England. In addition, the Czech Republic names a mythical double-tailed lion as its only national animal. European nations generally get the lion from heraldic symbols, while African nations base their choices on actual inhabitants. Singapore most likely made its choice based on heraldry, since no actual lions ever inhabited this location.