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Alligator Ornament

$14.99

Alligators are living fossils that can be traced back - million years. Members of the crocodile family, their name comes from the Spanish word for lizard el largato. Over a million alligators live in the southern United States. They are considered to be very clever and are fast learners.
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Armadillo Ornament

$14.99

"Armadillo" is a Spanish word meaning little armored one. They are the only mammals that have bony plates that cover their back, head, legs, and tail. Since they can roll into a ball to defend themselves, they symbolize protection and setting boundaries.
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Baby Bunny (a) Ornament

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Rabbits are very shy and frail animals. Having no natural means of protecting itself, the rabbit is therefore dependent on the kindness of man and other animals for its survival. At Christmastime the rabbit represents the renewal of this faith in others to provide guidance, protection, and kindness.
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Baby Elephant Ornament

$17.99

Elephants are highly intelligent and sensitive creatures, hence the popular phrase An elephant never forgets. Elephants have strong emotional ties to their group and family members, so when a baby elephant cries, the others come to soothe and comfort it.
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Baby Giraffe Ornament

$14.99

This traditional and beautiful glass ornament was carefully mouth-blown into a finely crafted mold. Then a hot solution of liquid silver was poured inside. Finally, it was delicately hand-painted and glittered for you to enjoy and cherish as a holiday heirloom!
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Badger Ornament

$19.99

Badgers are known to be the world's fastest diggers. They move dirt faster than any other mammal, including a person with a shovel! Badgers dig in pursuit of prey and then expand tunnels into sleeping burrows. They are solitary, have a keen sense of smell, and are more active at night than in the day.
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Bald Eagle Ornament

$19.99

For centuries it was believed that the eagle could look directly into the sun and that it was reborn by diving into a fountain. Christians adopted this symbolism, comparing the eagle looking into the sun to Christ looking at His Father and the fountain as the renewal of the soul through baptism. Today, an eagle may often be spied on the baptismal fonts in older churches.
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Barn Owl Ornament

$18.99

Known by many names, such as Straw and Ghost, this nocturnal hunter consumes about 4 rodents a night. They mate for life, and have a distinct screech. Its powerful eyesight & sensitive hearing make the owl a successful bird of prey.
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Bear With Cubs Ornament

$19.99

Bears are symbols of strength and bravery, and none are more -fierce than a mother protecting her cubs. Most of the time, however, bears are gentle and good-natured, and can actually be quite playful. Because bears hibernate, they signify resurrection and the power of life over death.
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Black Bear Ornament

$19.99

Bears are symbols of strength and bravery, and are often found on European heraldry. Because bears hibernate, they signify resurrection and the power of life over death. Bears can also represent bad temper, but most of the time they are gentle and good-natured, and often quite playful.
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Blossom Opossum Ornament

$14.99

This adorable creature is hardly playing possum as she snuggles a beautiful blossom. Opossums are well-known for their involuntary behavior of mimicking the look and smell of a dead animal when they feel threatened. Opossums are also unique for using their tail as a fifth limb as they climb, hang and balance.
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Buffalo Ornament

$16.99

The buffalo symbolized abundance, generosity of spirit, and the sacredness of life to native North American tribes. Buffalo meat, hides, and bones were used for food, shelter, clothing, and tools. Buffalo freely roamed the plains in huge herds prior to the westward expansion of the U.S.
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Caroling Mouse (a) Ornament

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"Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse!" declares Clement Moore's famous poem, "The Night Before Christmas." However, this little mouse has managed to find his way out to sing Christmas carols. After all, Christmas is for everyone!
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Chipmunk Ornament

$12.99

The quick and agile chipmunk is a small, brownish, ground-dwelling squirrel typically 5 to 6 inches long. According to Native American folklore, it got its stripes when escaping from a bear whose long sharp claws left long pale scars on the little chipmunk s back.
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Christmas Bunny (a) Ornament

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Rabbits are very shy and frail animals. Having no natural means of protecting itself, the rabbit is therefore dependent on the kindness of man and other animals for its survival. At Christmastime the rabbit represents the renewal of this faith in others to provide guidance, protection, and kindness.
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Christmas Polar Bear Ornament

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A Polar Bear Cub playfully lives its young life as it learns how to survive. A polar bear cub represents new life in a harsh and unforgiving climate. Although known as strong, powerful and fierce animals, most of the time bears are gentle and good-natured, and quite playful.
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Clip-on Bat Ornament

$16.99

Since bats live in caves, which were seen as the entrance to the netherworld, they were thought to be immortal. Western belief associates the bat with Vampires, spirits who suck the blood of the living. However, in China, the bat is a symbol of long life, happiness and many blessings.
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Clip-on Hedge Hog Ornament

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Many marvel at how the hedgehog can change his coat. It feels soft when he is gently held in one s hand and stroked, but he quickly turns into a prickly ball when frightened. So, the Hedgehog ornament reminds us to be gentle and kind to others and they will return the favor.
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Cottontail Bunny (a) Ornament

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Rabbits are very shy and frail animals. Having no natural means of protecting itself, the rabbit is therefore dependent on the kindness of man and other animals for its survival. At Christmastime the rabbit represents the renewal of this faith in others to provide guidance, protection, and kindness.
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Deer Family Ornament

$24.99

Deer have an excellent sense of hearing and when unsure of a sound, they stay completely still, blending in with their surroundings, till the danger has passed. The Deer Family reminds us to be kind and gentle, yet aware, and that family should look out for each other.
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Eager Beaver Ornament

$15.99

Beavers have thick fur, webbed feet, and flat tails making them good swimmers and well adapted to their semiaquatic lives. They are peaceful, sociable, and incredibly industrious. Celebrate that exceptionally energetic and enthusiastic person you know with this Eager Beaver ornament.
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Elk Ornament

$19.99

Elk range in and around forests foraging on grass, plants, leaves and bark. Males are known for their trophy-worthy antlers which are shed each year. Hunters seek out elk for the large amounts of meat they provide families. The elk ornament is a great gift for the avid outdoorsman or hunter.
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Emperor Penguin W/chick Ornament

$13.99

Emperor Penguins are the largest of their species and spend winter on Antarctica s open ice. After the female lays a single egg, the father balances it on his feet and covers it with his warm layer of feathered skin. About two months, later when the chick hatches, the mother takes over its care.
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Fawn Ornament

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When the first fawn was born, its mother asked the Creator to find a way to protect her gentle and fragile offspring. So, God came to the forest and painted spots on a special coat for the baby to wear. From that day forward, as long as it remains still, the fawn s spotted coat hides it from enemies.
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Fox Ornament

$14.99

In many Native American cultures the fox is thought to be wise, due to its cunning nature. It is also considered a trickster for the same reason. Foxes are adaptable and opportunistic, but are also family-oriented, often forming lifelong attachments when - raising their young.
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Giraffe Ornament

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Standing over 15 feet tall, giraffes have a great view of the land around them. These giant creatures are a zoo favorite and safari adventure attraction. A giraffe s height allows the animal to avoid fighting for food; they simply eat the top parts of trees.
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Happy Hyena Ornament

$17.99

The hyena walks like a bear, looks like a dog and a cat and is as fierce as a lion. All this makes it unique and creates its own animal family. The happy hyena belts out a laughing sound to communicate with other hyenas.
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Highland Cow Ornament

$21.99

The Scottish breed of cattle, the Highland cow has long horns and a wavy wooly coat to protect it from the rainy and windy conditions. The hearty cows are a symbol of nourishment and health.
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