National animals are cultural symbols of the country they represent. Every country has it’s own national animal that represents the ideals of its population. Sometimes this leads to very interesting situations. For example, the national animal of Scotland is actually a fictitious creature – The unicorn!
Our Earth is home to an amazing variety of fascinating creatures. We frequently forget the fact that we live in the midst of fascinating animals. Here is an interesting Fact: Did you know that cows from different countries ‘moo’ in different accents? Read below to know about more such little known but amazing animal facts…. Read More
The world audience first knew of the existence of the White lion through Chris McBride’s Book The White Lion of Timbavati in the 1970’s. But, to the natives of Southern Africa, the myth of the White Lion has been firmly etched in their folklore for Hundreds of years, to them this animals is Sacred and… Read More
A suspected thief who broke into a lion park was “ripped apart” by up to 10 animals. The intruder got through three security fences before reaching the main enclosure when he was ferociously attacked by the wild beasts. Ian Melass at the Lion Park in Johannesburg, South Africa, said: ‘It was late yesterday after the park was… Read More