If every country's population was turned into that country's national animal (all Americans bald eagles, all Australians kangaroos), who would win in a war?
Lukas Pak, Interested in: Video Games, History, Space, IT, Maps.
TOP 4 COUNTRIES WITH THE HIGHEST POPULATION (2019):
China: 1,420,062,022 (National Animal: Giant Panda)
India: 1,368,737,513 (National Animal: Royal Bengal Tiger)
United States: 329,093,110 (National Bird: Bald Eagle)
Indonesia: 269,536,482 (National Animal: Komodo Dragon)
There could be a long discussion regarding this question but by the numbers (China vs India), India would win (Giant Panda vs Royal Bengal Tiger), it depends on how strong is the animal, maybe one of them is injured, there’s a lot of “maybes”. But if war happened between 1,420,062,022 Giant Pandas and 1,368,737,513 Royal Bengal Tigers, India would win, as the tiger is more mobile, is a predator, longer teeth, and the tigers are heavier. As we know “cats eat birds”, if bald eagle flew down to the range of which the tiger could reach him - the eagle would be shredded. Komodo Dragon vs the current winner - Royal Bengal Tiger. The tiger has better mobility, faster metabolism, stronger bite power, and is bigger. The tiger has better fighting skills and would win easily. The only thing that could hurt the tiger is the venom, but before that the Komodo Dragon needs to bite the tiger which is hard due to the tiger being a lot faster, stronger and having better fighting skills. In the end, if Komodo Dragons managed to kill some tigers, there’s only 269,536,482 of them and there are 1,368,737,513 Royal Bengal Tigers.
The winner is National Animal Of India - Royal Bengal Tiger.
Ben Phelps, Resident Teenage Answer Critic at Quora (2019-present)
Well, I won't lie, this is a very simple and easy answer for me. Everyone says India, but let’s see if that’s true…
So lets list off some populations now (I will only be including countries with the highest population for duplicate national animals, sorry):
China - Panda Bear - 1.43 Billion
India - Bengal Tiger - 1.37 Billion
United States - Bald Eagle - 330 Million
Indonesia - Komodo Dragon - 271 Million
Brazil - Jaguar - 211 Million
Nigeria - Eagle - 201 Million
Russia - Russian Bear - 146 Million
Mexico - Golden Eagle - 128 Million
Ethiopia - Lion - 112 Million
Turkey - Grey Wolf - 83.4 Million
Wales - Welsh Dragon - 3.14 Million
Greenland - Polar Bear - 56,171
So now that you’ve read those, I'm sure you can guess who my money’s on…
The bears will hang back on a defensive, trying to prepare for the inevitable frontal assault by the tigers. The tigers decide to deal with the jaguars first, as they pose the largest threat the longer the fight goes. The tigers easily win with only 100 million-ish gone, as the tigers are much more physically dominant than the jaguars. The lions and wolves fight during this as well, however due to the superior communication and teamwork from Turkey, the lions sustain heavy losses in their victory, making them easy work for the tigers. The Komodo dragons, aggressive as they are immediately attack everything with no coordination.
The birds are not very inter-specially aggressive, so they have an uneasy alliance as they dominate the skies, launching a pro-and-poke attack on all the remaining creatures, pecking the creature then flying up before they can react. Soon, however, the tigers catch on, and turns their focuses to the skies, catching many of the attacking eagles, forcing the eagles to halt their assault. The bears sustain harsh injuries though, and as the eagles pull back the tigers soon trounce upon the bears, one country at a time. They start with Greenland, then Russia, then China. They sustain massive casualties, eventually, the birds are forced to the ground to eat from the carcasses, and are soon picked off until death.
So yes, INDIA WI- OH WAIT WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT?!?! THREE MILLION WELSH DRAGONS SWEEPING IN WITH FIERY BREATH, SHARP TALONS, AND EVEN SHARPER TEETH?!?! OH MY GOD, ALL THE TIGERS ARE DEAD, EVERYTHING'S DEAD, I’M DEAD!!!!!
Wales wins easily, not even close, no matter when they join the battles, start or finish.
Allen Lobo, Corporate finance, former physician & research physicist
This one wouldn’t even be close.
The biggest, heaviest, smartest, most vicious, most stealthy and best equipped with claws and canines, hands down the most deadly of all of the big cats - a tiger.
Arguably the most deadly land predator on earth with only the grizzly bear to give it a match. Not to mention the most handsome of all beasts (in my opinion, that is).
And at 1.3 billion?
Good fucking grief!
Forget 320 million eagles (USA) or 80 million of them (Germany), 150 million bears (Russia) or 60 million lions (UK). Not to mention 1.4 billion pandas (China) or 60 million roosters (France).
Those cuddly pandas and juicy roosters will prove to be no more than a feast for the tigers to survive as they kill the rest.
1.3 billion of THESE would utterly obliterate all of those ones above put together!
Now unless you can go find me a country of several hundred million that has the great white shark, killer whale or saltwater crocodile as its national animal, this contest is over.
Thomas Yen, History enthusiast, likes interesting facts and anime
There are only three potential winners in this battle royale, Wales, China, and Bhutan.
Russia may have millions of bears, India may have a billion tigers, and Singapore may have millions of lions, but Wales has three million, China has 1.4 billion, and Bhutan has hundreds and thousands of these beasts:
No matter how many billions and trillions of bears, tigers other nations field, there’s no way they can defeat these mythical beasts.
Wales has the Welsh Dragon, China ha荣华彩票apps the Chinese Dragon, and Bhutan has the Thunder Dragon (or Druk, but Thunder Dragon sounds more badass).
Between the three mighty nations, I believe it really comes down to population. And China has …
Yeah, so I think China takes this one.
Selona Parisa, studied at Ruhr University Bochum
I think it all depends on how you would go about it. Some countries have several national animals or even mythical creatures. So if a country has several national animals/mythical creatures I think it would be only fair to divide them into equal parts and not make all people to just one of those animals/creatures.
India has five national animals and a population of around 1.3 Billion. If we divide them equally that would mean 260 Million Tigers, peafowls, cobras, dolphins and elephants. I think only the tigers, cobras and elephants will be successful during the war. If we would not count any mythical creatures from other countries, India would win hands down. The combination of the amount and abilities of those animals are not defeatable.
China has two national animals and one national mythical creature and a population of around 1.4 Billion. This means around 466 Million Pandas, red-crowned cranes and Chinese dragons. Let’s face it only the dragons have a great chance of winning. The Chinese dragons are not just strong, they are also wise and it said that they have an unlimited range of supernatural powers.
Greece has one national animal and one mythical creature and a population of around 11 Million. This means 5,5 Million dolphins and phoenix's. The dolphins will be pretty much useless in the war but the phoenix's will have a great chance of winning, despite their small number. Phonix’s are known to be born again, so once you kill one it will be born again and continue fighting. They also have the ability to heal themselves, so once they are wounded in the war, the wound will just heal. This could mean they will be pretty much around forever and can’t be completely defeated.
Indonesia has one national animal, one national mystical creature and a population of around 261 Million. This would mean around 130,5 Million komodo dragons and Garudas. Komodo Dragons have a venomous bite and Garuda is a divine bird-like creature with supernatural powers. He is described as fast, who can shapeshift into any form and enter anywhere. He is also able to stop the spinning of heaven, earth and hell with his wing flapping.
Since the Chinese dragon has the same powers as a phonix and Guarda, I think the war will end in a tie or the Chinese dragons might win because they are wise and will take the abilities of their opponent away (they do have an unlimited range of superpower after all). On the other hand Guarda is very smart too and has connections to the Hindu gods and he could try to do the same by asking the gods for a favor or shape shift into a dragon (in case he also will have all the dragon powers, once he does it) and take the abilities from his opponents away. But my bet is still on the Chinese dragons since they don’t need to shape shift or ask anybody for anything and therefore can do it faster.
Every other country isn’t even worth mentioning because they either don’t have enough people to turn or they don’t have a chance against the ones already mentioned
Tyler Pasco, former Logistics at Hörmann Flexon HPD (2018-2019)
Greece literally has a Phoenix.
I don't care if you're looking at the Druk in Bhutan, or the Bengal Tiger in India or Bangladesh, or the lion in so many countries.
A giant bird that refuses to fucking die is going to take the cake
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National animal huh?
Ok who has the best/strongest animal and high population?
India has high population 1.32 billion and animal is the tiger looks really good here.
Most counties have nothing that can put up a fight against this.
So what about China they have 1.37 billion? According to what I read giant panda and dragon are national animals? Hmm well according to the Complete Guide to national Symbols the animal is the Panda. So your stuck with that and lose.
Oh Greece have the phoenix. Oh turns out the Phoenix is the national bird and the national animal is the dolphin so no don't stand a chance unless it in the middle of the ocean.
Hmm the UK interesting as we got:
1.England with the Lion.
2.Scotland with the the Unicorns. That's 5 million unicorns.
3.Wales with the welsh dragon. That 3 million welsh dragons.
That if you count each separately.
If combined I think we end up with just lions? Not sure kind of iffy on this.
So either Scotland wins magical unicorns beat dragons tigers and lions or India wins with their billion tigers.