The answer to yesterday's question is:
His given name was Albert Frederick Arthur George, hence “Bertie” from his first name. Recognizing that Queen Victoria had, upon the death in 1861 of her husband Prince Albert, said that she hoped that no one would ever claim the throne as a King Albert, “Bertie” chose the name George as king—which also, given the upheaval over the abdication of his brother Edward VIII, established a level of continuity with the reign of his and Edward's father, George V.
Today's question is:
How many NFL teams located west of the Rockies are named after real animals?