Last modified on 15 November 2014, at 03:13

Flags with animals

Internationalization
Dansk: Dette er en galleri af flag med dyr (eksempler)
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Deutsch: Diese ist eine Galerie von Flaggen mit Tieren und mythologischen Figuren (Beispiele)
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English: This is a gallery of flags with animals in their designs (examples)
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Español: Esta es una galería de banderas con animales en sus diseños (ejemplos)
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Français : C'est une galerie de drapeaux avec animaux dans leurs dessins (exemples)
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Italiano: C'è una galleria di bandiere con animali in loro disegni (esempi)
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Magyar: Ez az állatokat ábrázoló zászlók képtára
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Nederlands: Deze is een gaanderij van vlaggen met dieren en mythologische figuren (toonbeelden)
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Português: Esta é uma galeria de bandeiras com animais nos seus desenhos (exemplos)
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Svenska: Detta är en galleri över flaggor med djur (exemplar)
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Countries that have animals in their flag (not counting humans, counting dragons)

Aquatic animalsEdit

ConchEdit

Dolphin and WhaleEdit

FishEdit

Lobster and spiny lobsterEdit

ScallopEdit

SealEdit

BirdsEdit

AlbatrossEdit

Birds of preyEdit

CraneEdit

DoveEdit

ParrotEdit

PeacockEdit

PenguinEdit

RoosterEdit

SwanEdit

Other birdsEdit

CaninesEdit

DogEdit

FoxEdit

FelinesEdit

JaguarEdit

LeopardEdit

LionEdit

TigerEdit

Hoofed animalsEdit

AntelopeEdit

BisonEdit

CamelEdit

CowEdit

DeerEdit

ElkEdit

IbexEdit

HuemulEdit

HorseEdit

LlamaEdit

MooseEdit

OxEdit

ReindeerEdit

SheepEdit

SpringbokEdit

Vicuña (Llama)Edit

ReptilesEdit

CrocodileEdit

SnakeEdit

TurtleEdit

MustelidsEdit

BadgerEdit

MartenEdit

SableEdit

Other animalsEdit

BatEdit

BearEdit

BeaverEdit

ButterflyEdit

ElephantEdit

HareEdit

KangarooEdit

MonkeyEdit

Mythological animalsEdit

DragonEdit

GamayunEdit

GriffinEdit

PegasusEdit

PengEdit

PhoenixEdit

SnowlionEdit

UnicornEdit

WyvernEdit

NotesEdit

  1. a b c The animal depicted was described as babr (an old Russian word meaning "tiger"), holding a sable in its teeth, but was interpreted by the artist as a bobr ("beaver")

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