National Animal of Spain?


The national animal of Spain is the Bull which is normally an Iberian cattle breed that is bred in free range in Spain. These fighting bulls are normally selected for a certain combination of power, aggression, resilience, strength and intelligence.
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The national animal for Spain is the bull.
Spain's national animal is the bull. The Spanish chose the bull because they view the bull as the most powerful animal. They also like to be associated with the bull since it symbolises power and authority.
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