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What's the weirdest state symbol?

States can be so silly trying to make themselves unique. Everybody's got a state bird and flower and tree or whatever; I'm looking for something truly quirky.

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Willy Quitzon
2020-05-27 19:37:51
2020-05-27 19:37:51

My personal favorites are the state dinosaurs—the idea of declaring something that died millions of years ago as a symbol for your state just really sends me. Several states have adopted dinosaurs as mascots, like the Utahraptor for Utah (duh) or the Sonorasaurus for Arizona. The trend started in the '90s as the Jurassic Park craze raged, but states have added official dinosaurs as recently as 2018.

Some other state dinos of note are the Hypsibema missouriensis, whose vertebrae were Missouri's first known dinosaur discovery, and the Arkansaurus fridayi, whose foot bones are the only known dinosaur bones found in Arkansas.


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Anonymous
2020-06-02 00:22:46
2020-06-02 00:22:46

lone star


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Annastasia Brown
2020-06-09 15:22:38
2020-06-09 15:22:38

Ufo I seen one it looks like a big hole spinning oval but it made of metal


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Anonymous
2020-06-04 17:37:41
2020-06-04 17:37:41

your head on a stake


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Anonymous
2020-06-02 15:26:20
2020-06-02 15:26:20

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Anonymous
2020-06-10 08:40:43
2020-06-10 08:40:43

The state symbol for Mother Russia


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Anonymous
2020-06-05 11:18:56
2020-06-05 11:18:56

The weirdest state symbol of all time, was the mockingbird for Alabama, because they didn't have any birds at the time. In the year 2000, they shot the last bird and got it decorated with sequins and stuff like that. The day the last bird died, and somebody looked up and saw it was the worst one ever.

Okay, okay. The really good one was the pigeon in New York City or the bear in California. But the really good one is for the people I love, sorry. hit me up at kenneyct@ymailcom or somewhere on the web


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Oliver Johnston
2020-06-02 00:26:05
2020-06-02 00:26:05

me


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