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Scotland's national animal is the unicorn.
The unicorn can be seen on the Royal Coat of Arms, which represents the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. More »
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Scotland's national animal is actually a unicorn which isn't even a real animal. ... Like many countries around the world Scotland actually has two national animals . ... for their country that Scotland settled on the unicorn as its national animal.
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