National symbols of England

The babary lion is a national animal og England. In the Middle Ages, the lions kept in the megagarie at the Tower of London were Barbary lions.
The oak is the national tree of England, representing strenght and endurance. The Royal and Oak and Aok Apple Day commemorate the escape of King Charles 2 from the grasps of the parliamentarians after his father’s execution; he hid in an oak tree to avoid detection before making it safely into exile.
The rose is England’s national flower. Mostly red. It is used for instance in the emblems of the English Golf Union and England national rugby union team. Rugby is one of the leading professional and recreational team.
Cricket is the national sport in England. Cricket is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of eleven players on a cricket field.