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Little Elephant Ornament

$16.99

Elephants have long been symbols of strength, fidelity, wisdom, protection, and prosperity. In many cultures they are considered sacred animals. When shown with their trunks up, elephants are believed to bring good luck, and even to be the granters of wishes.
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Leopard Ornament

$18.99

The nocturnal Leopard is the most elusive of the large cats. It is very powerful and able to run in bursts of speed up to 36 miles per hour. Unlike most cats, it likes to swim. The shrewd Leopard can survive in diverse environments and is found in the desert as well as the jungle.
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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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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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Panda Ornament

$18.99

Many years ago, Chinese emperors kept rare animals within their palace gardens, and the most treasured were the pandas. The Chinese poet Bai Joyo wrote that the panda had magical powers which could ward off evil spirits and natural disasters, and prevent disease. Today, pandas are still well-loved and extremely rare.
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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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Large Elephant Ornament

$22.99

Elephants have long been symbols of strength, fidelity, wisdom, protection, and prosperity. In many cultures they are considered sacred animals. When shown with their trunks up, elephants are believed to bring good luck, and even to be the granters of wishes.
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Koala Bear Ornament

$14.99

Living in the trees of Australia is one of the world's most lovable animals, the Koala Bear. With a round face, big nose, and fluffy ears, the Koala has often been used as a model for teddy bears. But these "bears" actually aren't bears at all, they are marsupials. Once hunted for their thick fur, Koalas are now a protected species.
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Hippopotamus Ornament

$17.99

The hippopotamus is the third largest land animal and is native to Africa. Its name comes from the Greek words hippos meaning horse and patamos meaning river since its cries sound similar to a horse's neighing and it spends much of its time in the water.
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Rhinoceros Ornament

$14.99

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Rhinoceros means nose horn and is often shortened to rhino. Rhinos are one of the largest mammals and are feared by humans because of their incredible power, ferociousness and unpredictability, despite being plant eaters. Rhinos have become endangered due to overhunting for their horns.
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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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Christmas Polar Bear Ornament

$9.99

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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Zebra Ornament

$19.99

Just as no two people have the same fingerprints, no two zebras have the same pattern of stripes. Their distinctive stripes provide camouflage in the tall grass and confuse predators by making it difficult to pick out an individual from the herd.
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Ranger Hat Ornament

$14.99

By the end of the 19th century, the original Boss of the Plains hat by J.B. Stetson, was being creased into pointed tops by various British troops and later adopted by both the American and Canadian military. Also known as the campaign hat, this headgear has also been adopted by Park Rangers and Scouts, as well.
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Panda Cub Ornament

$14.99

Many years ago, Chinese emperors kept rare animals within their palace gardens, and the most treasured were the pandas. The Chinese poet Bai Joyo wrote that the panda had magical powers which could ward off evil spirits and natural disasters, and prevent disease. Today, pandas are still well-loved and extremely rare.
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Tiger Ornament

$24.99

Tigers embody grace, beauty, and power, and are able to move silently through the brush. Since Tigers can see in the dark, they also signify illumination. In the Chinese zodiac, Tigers are generous, courageous, enthusiastic, and lucky risktakers.
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Penguin Chicks (a) Ornament

$12.99

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With their distinctive black and white coloring and awkward waddle, penguins look like little comedians wearing tuxedos. Although they live in the Antarctic, they are considered to be Santa s friends since these playful birds favor snow and ice.

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