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State Symbols
Animal - Rocky Mountain Elk
Bird - California Seagull
Cooking Pot - Dutch Oven
Emblem - Beehive
Fish - Bonneville Cutthroat Trout
Flag and Seal
Flower - Sego Lily
Folk Dance - Square Dance
Fossil - Allosaurus
Fruit - Cherry
Gem - Topaz
Grass - Indian Ricegrass
Hymn - "Utah, We Love Thee " by Evan Stephen
Insect - Honey Bee
Mineral - Copper
Motto - "Industry"
Rock - Coal
Song - "Utah, This is the Place" by Sam and Gary Francis
Star and Astronomical symbol - Dubhe and Beehive Cluster
Tartan - Utah centennial tartan
Tree - Blue Spruce
Vegetable - Spanish Sweet Onion
Historic Vegetable - Sugar Beet

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