Did you know that the African lion, often regarded as the "King of the Jungle", is Kenya's national animal? Did you know that the Great Migration, one of Earth's most spectacular wildlife events, occurs between Kenya's Maasai Mara National Reserve and Tanzania's Serengeti National Park?
Did you know that Australia's national animals are the red kangaroo and the emu? Both these animals are unique in that they can't walk backwards, symbolising a nation always moving forward. Did you now that the marsupials, a group of mammals that includes kangaroos and koalas, are found predominantly in Australia?
Did you know that Sri Lanka, despite having no national animal, takes pride in its national bird, the vibrant Sri Lanka junglefowl? (We think the leopard deserves to be the National Animal of Sri Lanka). Did you know that Sri Lanka is home to the highest density of leopards in the world, primarily found in the Yala National Park?