- Bird: African Fish Eagle
- Coat of Arms:
- Coat of Arms: Adopted on October 24, 1964,
the coat of arms of Zambia is composed of an African Fish Eagle (the
eagle of liberty) hovering above a pickaxe and hoe (representative of
the country's economic backbone).
Making up the base are a Zambian man and woman supporting a shield depicting the Victoria Falls; a white ribbon displaying the country's motto, "One Zambia, One Nation," completes the design.
- Flag of Zambia
- Motto: "One Zambia, One Nation"
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