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How do you decibe what the state seal looks like?
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Asked in History of the United States
What do the illustrations on the Texas state seal represent?
Asked in Tap Zoo
What happens when the walrus cross breeds a seal in tap zoo?
Asked in Hawaii
What is Hawaii's state seal?
The Official Hawaii State Seal Depicted above is the state seal of Hawaii. The seal of the state of Hawaii is a symbol of the authority and sovereignty of the state and is a valuable asset of its people. It is the intent of the state government to ensure that appropriate uses are made of the state seal and to assist the secretary of state in the performance of the secretary's constitutional duty as custodian of the seal.
Asked in Beavers, Animal Life
What other animal looks like a seal and has horns?
A narwhal, or narwhale (monodon monoceros), is a medium-sized toothed whale that could be said to look like a seal. While it does not technically have any horns, the narwhal does have a single, long tusk protruding from its mouth. Another animal that might be described as 'looks like a seal and has horns' would be a walrus. It does not have horns, but does look somewhat like a seal, and has a pair of huge, downward-pointing tusks protruding from its mouth.
Asked in History, Politics & Society, Illinois, Flags
Why does the Illinois state flag look like the Presidential Seal?
The state flag of Illinois is essentially the State Seal of Illinois, which features aspects of the US presidential seal : An eagle bearing a banner in its beak and an olive branch in its talons. The Illinois seal is less structured, however, and bears a shield rather than arrows. The seal is evocative of the state-federal connection, with the motto "State Sovereignty, National Union."