In Zimbabwe the official language is English, but the vast majority of the population speak Bantu languages (Shona).
Zimbabwe is named after an important archaeological site in the country, Great Zimbabwe ("big house of stone"). The former name "Rhodesia" was instead in honor of Cecil Rhodes, who gave rise to the colony from which independence was born the modern Zimbabwe.
The flag is of various colors: white, green, yellow, red and black. Each of these represents something in particular. Green for Land, yellow for the Minerals, red for Blood, White for Peace and black for the Black people. The Natives are the black people (King Lobengula), the Settlers are the white people (explorer Rhooles). The typical animals are: lions, giraffes, elephants, hippos, crocodile, baboons, leopards, snakes, rhinos (its only country in the world where are black rhinos). To visit animals you can also use the jeep. In zimbabwe can find the ivory from elephants: kill them to get this material. Or the soapstone.