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State animal

This is a list of animals that represent first-level administrative country subdivisions.

List by country

Australia

State State Animals
Western Australia Western Australia Numbat
Black Swan
South Australia South Australia Southern hairy-nosed wombat
Leafy seadragon
Piping Shrike (unofficial)
Victoria (Australia) Victoria Leadbeater's Possum
Weedy Seadragon
Helmeted Honeyeater
Tasmania Tasmania Tasmanian Devil (Unofficial)
Australian Capital Territory Australian Capital Territory Gang-gang cockatoo
New South Wales New South Wales Platypus
Blue groper
Kookaburra
Queensland Queensland Koala
Barrier Reef Anemonefish (Clown Fish)
Brolga
Northern Territory Northern Territory Red Kangaroo
Wedge-tailed Eagle

Brazil

Province/Territory Animal
 Acre Sharp-shinned Hawk
Ring-tailed Coati
 Amazonas Harpy Eagle
 Pernambuco Giant Anteater
 Mato Grosso Roseate Spoonbill
Capybara
 Rio de Janeiro Harpy Eagle
 Rondônia Jaguar
 Roraima Great Egret

Canada

Province/Territory Animal
 Alberta Great Horned Owl
Grizzly Bear
 British Columbia Steller's Jay
Sphynx
 Manitoba Great Grey Owl
Common Raccoon
 New Brunswick Black-capped Chickadee
Beaver
 Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Puffin
Labrador Retriever
Newfoundland
 Nova Scotia Caribou
Osprey
Nova Scotia Duck-Tolling Retriever (provincial dog)
 Northwest Territories Gyrfalcon
Arctic Grayling
 Nunavut Rock Ptarmigan
(Aqilgiq, ᐊᕐᑭᒡᒋᖅ ᐊᑕᔪᓕᒃ) Lagopus mutus[1]
Canadian Inuit Dog
(Qimmiq, ᕿᒻᒥᖅ) Canis Familiaris Borealis[2]
 Ontario Beluga
Common Loon
 Prince Edward Island Blue Jay
Arctic Wolf
 Québec Snowy Owl
Red Squirrel
 Saskatchewan Sharp-tailed Grouse
River Otter
 Yukon Common Raven
Moose

People's Republic of China

Provinces and Territories (Autonomous regions) Provincial Animals
Guangdong Giant Panda (territorial animal of Guangdong)
Silver Pheasant (territorial bird of Guangdong)
Hainan Hainan Partridge
Ningxia Blue-eared Pheasant
Red Panda
Qinghai Black-necked Crane
Shaanxi Crested Ibis
Shanxi Brown Eared Pheasant

Denmark

Country National animal
Faroe Islands Mouflon

India

State Animal
Andhra Pradesh Blackbuck
Arunachal Pradesh Gayal
Assam One-horned rhino
Bihar Gaur
Chhattisgarh Wild Buffalo
Goa Gaur
Gujarat Asiatic lion
Haryana Blackbuck
Himachal Pradesh snow leopard
Jharkhand Indian Elephant
Karnataka Indian Elephant
Kerala Indian Elephant
Lakshadweep Butterfly Fish
Meghalaya Clouded Leopard
Madhya Pradesh Barasingha
Maharashtra Indian Giant Squirrel
Manipur Sangai
Mizoram Hoolock gibbon
Nagaland Gaur
Odisha Indian Elephant
Punjab Blackbuck
Rajasthan Chinkara
Sikkim Red Panda
Tamil Nadu Nilgiri Tahr
Tripura Phayre's Langur
Uttarakhand Musk deer
Uttar Pradesh Swamp Deer
West Bengal Royal Bengal Tiger

Indonesia

Province Provincial identity animal
Aceh Rufous-tailed Shama
North Sumatra Nias Myna
West Sumatra Great Argus
Riau Blue-crowned Hanging Parrot
Riau Islands Humphead snapper
Jambi Sumatran tiger
South Sumatra Giant Featherback
Bangka–Belitung Islands Horsfield's tarsier
Bengkulu Sun bear
Lampung Sumatran Elephant
Banten Javan Rhinoceros
Jakarta Brahminy Kite
West Java Javan Leopard
Central Java Black-naped Oriole
Special Region of Yogyakarta Zebra Dove
East Java Bekisar
West Kalimantan Helmeted Hornbill
Central Kalimantan Bornean Peacock-Pheasant
East Kalimantan Irrawaddy dolphin
South Kalimantan Proboscis monkey
Bali Bali Starling
West Nusa Tenggara Sunda Deer
East Nusa Tenggara Komodo dragon
South East Sulawesi Anoa
South Sulawesi Knobbed Hornbill
West Sulawesi Snoring Rail
Central Sulawesi Maleo
Gorontalo Dussumier's mullet
North Sulawesi Spectral tarsier
North Maluku Standardwing
Maluku Moluccan King Parrot
West Papua Red Bird-of-paradise
Papua Twelve-wired Bird-of-paradise

Japan

Prefecture Prefectural animal
 Aichi Great Dane
 Akita Akita Inu
 Aomori Bewick's Swan
 Chiba Coho Salmon
Bream
Meadow Bunting
 Ehime Copper Pheasant
Humpback Whale
Cairn Terrier
Garibaldi
 Fukui Dusky Thrush
 Fukushima Brown Bear
Narcissus Flycatcher
 Fukuoka Appaloosa
 Gifu Rock Ptarmigan
 Gunma Copper Pheasant
Sweetfish
 Hiroshima Okami (Okami, おかみ) Canis lupus
Red-throated Diver
Common Dolphin
Basilosaurus
Red-crowned Crane
 Hyōgo Oriental White Stork
Japanese spider crab
Great Dane
 Ibaraki Manatee
 Ishikawa Golden Eagle
Tabby cat
Horse
Kishu
 Iwate Common Pheasant
 Kagawa Lesser Cuckoo
 Kagoshima Lidth's Jay
 Kanagawa Orca
Common Gull
Japanese Rat Snake
Sika Deer
 Kōchi Fairy Pitta
 Kumamoto Atlantic tarpon
Pug
 Kyoto Raccoon Dog
Streaked Shearwater
Red Fox
Humuhumunukunukuāpuaʻa
Japanese giant salamander
Butterfly Monarch
 Nagasaki Mandarin Duck
 Nagano Rock Ptarmigan
Japanese Serow
 Nara Japanese Robin
 Niigata Japanese crested Ibis
 Miyagi Wild Geese (Prefecture bird)
European Mantis
 Mie Japanese rhinoceros beetle
 Oita Japanese White-eye
 Okayama Lesser Cuckoo
Bowhead Whale
 Okinawa Okinawa Woodpecker
 Osaka Japanese Bobtail
Bull-headed Shrike
 Saga Japanese Squirrel
 Shimane Whooper Swan
 Shizuoka Tajima cattle
 Shiga Nipponosaurus
 Tochigi Puli
 Tokyo Boar
Black-headed Gull
Tokyo-X
 Tokushima White Egret (Ardea/Egretta)
Dachshund
 Tottori Nomura's Jellyfish
 Toyama Beluga
 Yamagata Dairy cow
Mandarin Duck
 Wakayama European honey bee
 Yamanashi Sperm Whale
 Yamaguchi Japanese Black Bear
7-spotted Ladybug (Prefecture insect)
Hooded Crane
Atlantic cod
Sika Deer

Netherlands

Country National animal
Bonaire Flamingo

Malaysia

Province, Territory and state Provincial animals and birds
Sarawak Sarawak Rhinoceros Hornbill
Sabah Sabah Malayan Tiger
Perak Perak
Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan
Malacca Malacca Malayan Tapir
Selangor Selangor White-bellied Sea Eagle

Mexico

Country National animal
Chihuahua (state) Chihuahua Chihuahua
Tabasco Tabasco Bull

Philippines

Country National animal
 Philippines Carabao
Also the Philippine Eagle, Bangus, Carabao
Home Nation National animal
Cebu Tiger
Bohol Unicorn, Red Deer 50px

Pakistan

Province, Territory and state Unofficial symbols of animals and birds
Islamabad Capital Territory Rhesus Macaque (territorial animal of Islamabad)
Rose-ringed Parakeet (territorial bird of Islamabad)
Azad Jammu and Kashmir Kashmir stag (state animal)
Black-necked crane (state bird)
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Kabul Markhor (provincial animal)
White-crested Kalij Pheasant (provincial bird)
Balochistan (Pakistan) Dromedary camel (provincial animal)
Houbara bustard (provincial bird)
Sindh Sindh Ibex (provincial animal)
Sind Sparrow (provincial bird)
Punjab (Pakistan) Punjab Urial (provincial animal)
Peacock (provincial bird)
Gilgit-Baltistan Yak (territorial animal)
Shaheen Falcon (territorial bird)

Romania

Historic Region National animal
Transylvania Eagle
Muntenia Raven
Moldova Aurochs
Dobrogea Dolphin
Banat Lion

Spain

Country National animal
 Spain Bull
Autonomous Community Community animal
 Catalonia Catalan donkey
Phoenix
Wyvern
 Basque Country Latxa Sheep
Pottoka
Betizu Cow
 Navarre Latxa Sheep
Boar
 Valencian Community Bat
 Galicia Blonde Galician Cow
 Cantabria Tudanca Cow
 Asturias Goat
 Extremadura White Stork

United Kingdom

Country National animal
 United Kingdom Lion, and more modernly Bulldog
Also the European Robin, Red Deer & Red Fox
Home Nation National animal
 England Lion
 Scotland Unicorn 50px
Scottish Terrier
 Wales Red Dragon
County County Animal
Cornwall Cornish Chough[3]
 Kent White Horse[4]
 Sussex Martlet

United States

See also

References

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