Animals the world wants to see: Fascinating maps show the TIGER is the world's #1 creature

Animals the world wants to see: Fascinating cards show how the TIGER is the world's most beloved creature; it's number 1 in 44 countries, including the US (but the UK prefers dolphins). The maps were generated using Google, with a search analysis of 170 animals in 180 countries The study shows that the tiger is the overwhelming favorite in the United States. It's No. 1 for the majority of states READ MORE: The majesty of wild Africa filmed, from ferocious lionesses to a savannah thunderstorm

The maps were generated using Google Keyword Planner, with analysis of searches for 170 different animals in more than 180 countries. Researchers searched for the phrases "safari [animal]" and "how to see [animal name]" in all native language translations and a map of the world was then redrawn, with country names completed with the creature that its people were looking for the most.

The tiger came first in 44 countries, with hippos - first in 25 countries - which propelled the dolphins in third place.

In the study by adventure travel company Explore Worldwide, whales came out on top in 16 countries and gorillas in eight.

Breaking down the results Country by country, the study shows that the tiger is the overwhelming favorite in the United States. It is #1 for the majority of states, followed by camel and moose.

Animals the world wants to see: Fascinating maps show the TIGER is the world's #1 creature
Animals the world wants to see: Fascinating cards show how the TIGER is the world's most beloved creature; it's number 1 in 44 countries, including the US (but the UK prefers dolphins). The maps were generated using Google, with a search analysis of 170 animals in 180 countries The study shows that the tiger is the overwhelming favorite in the United States. It's No. 1 for the majority of states READ MORE: The majesty of wild Africa filmed, from ferocious lionesses to a savannah thunderstorm

The maps were generated using Google Keyword Planner, with analysis of searches for 170 different animals in more than 180 countries. Researchers searched for the phrases "safari [animal]" and "how to see [animal name]" in all native language translations and a map of the world was then redrawn, with country names completed with the creature that its people were looking for the most.

The tiger came first in 44 countries, with hippos - first in 25 countries - which propelled the dolphins in third place.

In the study by adventure travel company Explore Worldwide, whales came out on top in 16 countries and gorillas in eight.

Breaking down the results Country by country, the study shows that the tiger is the overwhelming favorite in the United States. It is #1 for the majority of states, followed by camel and moose.

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