- Animal: White Tailed Deer
- Bird: Scarlet Macaw
- Coat of Arms:
- Coat of Arms: The Coat of Arms shows the triangle Coat of Arms of the Central American federation with a volcano between two golden towers in an oval. The towers stand for the defensive and independence of the country.
The triangle symbolizes equality and freedom, and behind it are a sun and a rainbow. Around the oval are the words "Republica de Honduras Libre, Soberana, E Independiente" meaning "Republic of Honduras, Free, Sovereign, and Independent". On the oval are two cornucopias and a quiver of arrows. The arrows symbolize the native inhabitants of the country. Under the oval is a landscape with oak and pine trees, and mining equipment - symbols of the natural wealth of the country.
- Flag of Honduras
- Flower: Orchid
- Motto: "Libre, Soberana e Independiente" "Free, Sovereign and Independent"
- Tree: Honduras Pine
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Countries Of Central America
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