Fast Facts about Utah Symbols- rocky Mountain Elk



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Rocky Mountain Elk- Utah’s government adopted the Rocky Mountain Elk as the official state animal in 1971. The Rocky Mountain Elk once roamed Utah’s mountains. Early settlers hunted the animal for food and leather. The Elk are gray-brown and they have short tails. The Rocky Mountain Elk belong to the deer family. They are related to the moose and caribou.

Utah Flag- The flag of the state of Utah was adopted in 1913 and consists of the seal of Utah encircled in a golden circle on a background of dark navy blue. A bald eagle, the national bird of the United States, symbolizes protection in peace and war. The sego lily, the state flower of Utah, represents peace. The state motto "Industry" and the beehive represent progress and hard work. The U.S. flags show Utah's support and commitment to the United States. The state name "Utah" appears below the beehive. The date 1847 represents the year the Mormon pioneers entered the Salt Lake Valley, while 1896 represents the year that Utah was admitted as the 45th state to the Union.


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