Its national symbol is a goat and lion
The goat and lion are the main national symbols of Chad. Adopted in 1970, the goat on the left of the country’s coat of arms represents the northern part of the nation, while the southern part is represented by the lion. The wavy lines on the shield are representative of Lake Chad, and the sun rising over it represents a new beginning. At the bottom of the shield is the medal for the National Order of Chad.