Lemons may be from Myanmar
Myanmar has excellent diversity in its wildlife system and
boasts a great variety of mammalian life. Among the many mammals are tigers, elephants,
rhinoceroses, tapirs, leopards, pandas, sheep, deer, mongooses, bears, boars, monkeys
and numerous smaller mammals like the bat. The sea life is plentiful in both the
country's inland lakes and rivers as well as in the nearby Bay of Bengal. This
sea life varies and includes mammals like whales, fish like tuna or mackerel, and
shellfish like lobsters, oysters, and more.
The bird life in Myanmar is substantial and the variety
is incredible for the country's size. Many of these birds are migratory and
many are also water fowls. Among the more popular birds are included kingfishers,
herons, pigeons, peacocks, pheasants, doves, and eagles. The reptilian and amphibian
life is large as well, including turtles, snakes, lizards, frogs, and toads.