Utah's State Symbols. RYAN Is Awesome!

State Animal: The Rocky Mountain Elk

Food: fir, twigs, needles, trees, shrubs,. It became the state animal in 1971. The elk was named by early English colonists.

State Emblem: Beehive

The beehive became the state emblem on March 4, 1959. The origin of the beehives as a symbol associated with Mormon Scriptures.

State Flower: Sego Lily

It was approved on March 18, 1911. It became the state flower after a census was taken by the states school children.

State Fruit: Cherry

The cherry was designated the state fruit in 1997. The Millville Elementary school children as their chose to support a new state symbol.

State Fish: Bonneville Cutthroat Trout

It is native to Utah. It was also important to Indians, and Mormon pioneers as source of food.

State Motto: Industry

The Motto became official on March 4, 1959. The word industry appears on both state seal and flag.

this is the Utahś state song it is a great song.

this is topaz utah´s state gem it is also a birth stone isn´t it great it does look pretty.

This is a Spanish onion it is Utahs state veggie.

this is a Quaking aspen it is the state tree.

this is utah state flag it looks cool.

this is the state fossil it is the allosarus it is a dino

this is the state bird it is important because it helped the pioneers by eating the crickets.

this is copper the state mineral it is cool because it just is cool.

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