This article belongs to the lore of Anteria.

National animals

Here is an list of all animals who currently are national animals in Anteria.

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Animal Country Name Became national animal
Gafftopsail catfish.jpg Austilos flag.png
Austilos
Gafftopsail Catfish
(Bagre marinus)
1931
DragonCanton.png Nationale flag 3.4.png
Canton River Delta
Lóng
Dragon
1621
Axolotl.jpg Flag GR New.jpg
Gran Rugido
Axolotl
(Ambystoma mexicanum)
1824
Swordfish-0026a.png Halsunt Flag.png
Halsuntria
Litoserot
Swordfish
1782
Shiba inu taiki.jpg Flag of Hoterallia.png
Hoterallia
Shibu 1890
RedFox.jpg Flag of New Sebronia 2.png
New Sebronia
Fox  
(Specifically Red Fox)
1912 (prior used in 1578-1733)
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Nexalan
White Bengal Cat 1567
Bloocat.jpg Kcsrflag.png
Kistolia
Kistolian Blue Cat 1693
Golden Eagle.png Przewalskis horse 02.jpg Flag (103).png
The Prymalische Empire
Golden Eagle
Prymalian Wild Horse 1889 (National Bird, National Animal 1998) 1997 (National Mammal)
LoneBison.jpg Tsinkin Flag.png
Tsinkin
Bison de facto national animal
Nasenbaer Nasua nasua Zoo Augsburg-04.jpg
Ruddy Duck (Oxyura jamaicensis) RWD2.jpg
QazhshavaFlagO.png
Qazhshava
South-Thuadian Coati
Nasua nasua

Ruddy Duck
Oxyura jamaicensis
1827 (national animal)

1900 (national bird)
Curacao-Icterus-Icterus-2013.JPG Riamo flag 1.png
Riamo
Southern Turpial de facto national animal
HumpbackWhaleBreaching.jpg Rochora.png
Rochora
Whale
Cetacea
1698
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Lyonheimer
Turul
(Mythological Bird)
1784
Front view of a resting Canis lupus ssp.jpg Greater Spotted Woodpecker (41554059345).jpg Flag of Blechingia.png
Kingdom of Blechingia
Göthian Wolf  
 (Grey Wolf)
Great spotted woodpecker 1589 (Official national animal, 1972 National Mammal) de facto national animal, 1972 National Bird
White tailed tropicbird.jpg Clouded leopard.jpg Yonklesflag.png
Yryel
Whited-Tailed Tropicbird  
Clouded Leopard 1950 (national animal, national bird) 1950 (national cat)
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Pelostan
Ring-tailed Lemur
(Lemur catta)
1946