Synonyms of 'National and State Fauna'
Abyssinian lionEthiopiaaurochMoldovaBaird's tapirBelizebald eagleUnited Statesa large eagle, Haliaeetus leucocephalus, of North America, having a white head and tail, a yellow bill, and dark wings and body. It is the US national bird Barbary macaqueGibraltarbarn swallowEstoniabearRussiaany plantigrade mammal of the family Ursidae: order Carnivora (carnivores). Bears are typically massive omnivorous animals with a large head, a long shaggy coat, and strong claws beaverCanadabird of paradisePapua New Guineablack swanWestern Australiablue groperNew South Walesblue rock thrushMaltabrolgaQueenslanda large grey Australian crane, Grus rubicunda, having a red-and-green head and a trumpeting call brown bearFinland and Kosovoa large ferocious brownish bear, Ursus arctos, inhabiting temperate forests of North America, Europe, and Asia bullSpainthe male of various other animals including the elephant and whale bulldogEngland and United KingdomCanje pheasantGuyanacarabaoPhilippinescarpJapancheetahKenyaclownfishQueenslandcobraIsraelcougarArgentinacowNepalthe mature female of various other mammals, such as the elephant, whale, and seal craneChinaany large long-necked long-legged wading bird of the family Gruidae, inhabiting marshes and plains in most parts of the world except South America, New Zealand, and Indonesia: order Gruiformes dodoMauritiusany flightless bird, esp Raphus cucullatus, of the recently extinct family Raphidae of Mauritius and adjacent islands: order Columbiformes (pigeons, etc). They had a hooked bill, short stout legs, and greyish plumage dolphinDobrogea (Romania)dragonAlbania, China, and WaleseagleAlbania, Armenia, Germany, Kosovo, Northern Territory, and Transylvaniaany of various birds of prey of the genera Aquila, Harpia, etc, having large broad wings and strong soaring flight: family Accipitridae (hawks, etc) elephantThailandfalconIcelandGallic roosterFrancegang-gang cockatooAustralian Capital TerritorygarudaIndonesiathe eagle in the coat of arms of Indonesia giant pandaChinaa large, black-and-white carnivore (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) of a bearlike family (Ailuropodidae) from China, that normally feeds on bamboo golden eagleMexicoa large eagle, Aquila chrysaetos, of mountainous regions of the N hemisphere, having a plumage that is golden brown on the back and brown elsewhere grey-crowned craneUgandahairy-nosed wombatSouth Australiahelmeted honeyeaterVictoriahorseCanadaany other member of the family Equidae, such as the zebra or ass jaguarGuyanakelb tal-fenek or pharoah houndMaltakiwiNew Zealandany nocturnal flightless New Zealand bird of the genus Apteryx, having a long beak, stout legs, and weakly barbed feathers: order Apterygiformes koalaQueenslandkookaburraNew South WaleskoupreyCambodiaLeadbeater's possumVictorialeafy sea dragonSouth AustralialionAlbania, Banat (Romania), Bulgaria, England, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Sri Lanka, and United Kingdoma large gregarious predatory feline mammal, Panthera leo, of open country in parts of Africa and India, having a tawny yellow coat and, in the male, a shaggy mane llamaBolivialynxRomaniaa large fancy pigeon from Poland, with spangled or laced markings macawBrazilmarkhorPakistanmerlionSingaporemoose or elkNorwaya large North American deer, Alces alces, having large flattened palmate antlers: also occurs in Europe and Asia where it is called an elk mute swanDenmarknumbatWestern AustraliaoryxNamibiaostrichGrenadapeafowlIndiaeither of two large pheasants, Pavo cristatus (blue peafowl) of India and Sri Lanka and P. muticus (green peafowl) of SE Asia. The males (peacocks) have a characteristic bright plumage piping shrikeSouth AustraliaplatypusNew South Walesa small, aquatic, egg-laying monotreme mammal (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) of Australia and Tasmania, with webbed feet, a beaverlike tail, and a ducklike bill; duckbill quetzalGuatemalaAlso called: resplendent trogon a crested bird, Pharomachrus mocinno, of Central and N South America, which has a brilliant green, red, and white plumage and, in the male, long tail feathers: family Trogonidae, order Trogoniformes (trogons) ravenMuntenia (Romania)red kangarooNorthern Territoryring-tailed lemurMadagascarsheepGreecespringbokSouth AfricastagIrelandSteppe eagleEgypttakinBhutanTasmanian devilTasmaniaa small ferocious carnivorous marsupial, Sarcophilus harrisi, of Tasmania, having black fur with pale markings, strong jaws, and short legs: family Dasyuridae turpialVenezuelaunicornScotlandan imaginary creature usually depicted as a white horse with one long spiralled horn growing from its forehead vervet monkeySt Kitts and NevisvicunaPeruwater buffaloVietnamwedge-tailed eagleNorthern Territorya large brown Australian eagle, Aquila audax, having a wedge-shaped tail and a wingspan of 3 m weedy sea dragonVictoriawhite-tailed deerHonduraswhite-tailed eaglePolandwisent or European bisonBelarusthe European bison wolfItaly, Kosovo, and TurkeyzebraBotswanaany of several mammals of the horse family (Equidae), such as Equus burchelli (the common zebra), of southern and eastern Africa, having distinctive black-and-white striped hides ▷ See fauna
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