Utah symbols By Talmage Watson

The state fossil for Utah is the Allosaurus, in 1988

The state fruit for Utah is the cherry, in 1997

The state flag for Utah is State Flag and Seal, in 1775

The state bird for Utah is the California Seagull, in 1955

The state tree for Utah is the Quaking Aspen, in 2014

The state gem for Utah is the Topaz, in 1969

The state song for Utah is Utah, This Is The Place, in 2003

The state vegetable for Utah is the Spanish sweet onion, in 2002

The state mineral for Utah is the Copper, in 1994

The state emblem for Utah is the Beehive, in 1959 and the state motto for Utah is "Industry", in 1959 too

The state fish for Utah is the Bonneville Cutthroat Trout, in 1971

The state flower for Utah is the Sego Lily, in 1911

The state animal for Utah is the Rocky Mountain Elk, in 1971

Thanks for looking at these state symbols, by Talmage


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