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Transcript of Texas Symbols
The Texas Flag was adopted on August 31st in 1933. No one knows who designed the Texas Flag.
The Bluebonnet is the state flower for Texas. The Bluebonnet was adopted as the state flower by the 27th Legislature in 1901.
The Mockingbird is the state bird of Texas, adopted by the 40th Legislature of 1927 at the request of the Texas Federation of women clubs.
Texas Horned Lizard
The Texas Horned Lizard was named the state reptile by the 73rd Legislature in 1993.
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Fact: The Texas Flag was originally adopted on January 25 of 1839.
Fact: In Texas it is illegal to pick a Bluebonnet unless it is on your property.
The Lightning Whelk
The Lightning Whelk was named the official state seashell by the 70th Legislature in 1987. One of the few shells that open on the left side, The Lightning Whelk was named for its colored stripes. It is found on the Gulf Coast.
Fact: There is 16 and over different types of Mockingbirds.
Fact: The Texas Horned Lizard is popularlly called horned toad, horny toad, or horned frog but, it is neither a toad or a frog, it is a lizard.