4st animal and country is lion and UK. UK is the country where I studying now. So I want to put in my gif. The lion is a symbol of the British royal family. So the official monarch of the British monarch has a crown lion. The lion is called Lynch, the king of beasts, because of his natural fortitude and majesty. So how did a lion that was not common in Europe get into the British director? From ancient times, the most threatening animal in Europe was the bear. Aboriginal peoples of Europe continually worshiped bears as idols, and Christianity was not easy. So Christian set up a lion that was hard to see in Europe as king of animals. Because I can not actually see it, I think it is less dangerous to fall into idolatry. This became a symbol of the guardian of the faith, a brave knight, and became a symbol of the British royal family over time.