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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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Wood Duck Ornament

$15.99

Considered by many to be the most beautiful ducks, the brilliantly plumed male Wood Duck and the less showy female make a distinctive whistling sound. These shy, retiring water fowl live in ponds and sluggish streams surrounded by woodlands and usually nest in tree cavities.
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Vintage Hedgehog Ornament

$15.99

Inspired by our favorite forest friends, the Vintage Woodland Collection is made from blown glass and decorated to replicate the mercury finish of traditional Victorian ornaments. With their rustic charm and simple beauty, these pieces invite the seasonal spirit of the natural world into your home.
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Vintage Bear Ornament

$19.99

Inspired by our favorite forest friends, the Vintage Woodland Collection is made from blown glass and decorated to replicate the mercury finish of traditional Victorian ornaments. With their rustic charm and simple beauty, these pieces invite the seasonal spirit of the natural world into your home.
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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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Raccoon Ornament

$14.99

Raccoons are recognizable by their masked faces and bushy tails. Intelligent and mild mannered, they are good climbers and swimmers, and will fight bravely if cornered. With their nimble hands, raccoons can easily open doors and containers, which gets them into mischief!
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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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Vintage Moose Ornament

$19.99

Inspired by our favorite forest friends, the Vintage Woodland Collection is made from blown glass and decorated to replicate the mercury finish of traditional Victorian ornaments. With their rustic charm and simple beauty, these pieces invite the seasonal spirit of the natural world into your home.
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Smallmouth Bass Ornament

$16.99

This cousin of the Largemouth Bass has many nicknames, including Smallie & Bronzeback; it is the most trout-like bass, and is an "ambush" predator. This freshwater fish prefers flowing streams & rivers with rocky bottoms (versus still lakes, preferred by the largemouth). Our Smallmouth Bass blown-glass ornament is a great gift for your fisherfolk!
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Porcupine Ornament

$14.99

One of the largest rodents around, the Porcupine is sometimes called the "quill pig" due to its needle-sharp natural protection. Porcupines are herbivores, spending lots of time in trees. They eat bark & stems, as well as fruit, leaves and flower buds. This creatures mate for life, and are historically symbols of strength, curiosity and fearlessness.
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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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Sitting Frog Ornament

$14.99

Frogs have long denoted good luck in business. Since a frog only travels forward, he is always progressing and as such he represents a prosperous future. So a frog ornament is often given as a gift at graduations, weddings, or to someone beginning a new business venture.
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Munching Moose Ornament

$19.99

Although moose eat trees and shrubs, they enjoy feeding on aquatic vegetation in swamps and lakes, where their long legs allow them to navigate easily and swim well. Moose may grow to be 7 feet tall and 1500 pounds. They lose their antlers in the spring and are most active at dawn and dusk.
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Largemouth Bass Ornament

$14.99

Gone Fishing are an angler s favorite words. Known for its large size and strength, the Largemouth Bass is a favorite game fish. However, fishing isn t just the thrill of a tight line with a strong fish on, but a sport that teaches patience, respect for nature, and gives an insight into the value of life.
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Clip-on Hedge Hog Ornament

$14.99

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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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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Vintage Fox Ornament

$19.99

Inspired by our favorite forest friends, the Vintage Woodland Collection is made from blown glass and decorated to replicate the mercury finish of traditional Victorian ornaments. With their rustic charm and simple beauty, these pieces invite the seasonal spirit of the natural world into your home.
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Vintage Badger Ornament

$15.99

Inspired by our favorite forest friends, the Vintage Woodland Collection is made from blown glass and decorated to replicate the mercury finish of traditional Victorian ornaments. With their rustic charm and simple beauty, these pieces invite the seasonal spirit of the natural world into your home.
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Sitting Wolf Ornament

$18.99

Wolves are featured in the legends of many countries. In European fairy tales, wolves are often portrayed as cunning and evil. But in other cultures, including many Native American tribes, wolves are viewed as wise, resourceful, and intelligent. Like the Native People, wolves choose their mates wisely and do not part until death, making the two spiritually entwined.
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Walleye Ornament

$16.99

"Gone Fishing" are an angler's favorite words. The Walleye is one of the most popular sport fish. However, fishing isn't just the thrill of a tight line with a strong fish on, but a sport that teaches patience, respect for the environment, and gives an insight into the value of life.
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Wild Boar Ornament

$14.99

The wild boar is also known as wild swine and a razorback. Boars are social animals, living in female-dominated sounders. This wild game animal can be a nuisance to farmers and ranchers. First introduced in North America by wealthy landowners as big game animals for sport hunting.
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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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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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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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Prowling Panther Ornament

$14.99

Panther is a common name applied to leopards, pumas, and other big, wild, roaring cats. They are solitary hunters that may only eat once a week and sleep as much as 18 hours a day. Panthers are admired for their agility, cunning, and strength.
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Arctic Sea Lion Ornament

$12.99

Arctic sea lions spend most of their time diving and swimming in the icy waters of the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans. They live close to Santa, Mrs. Claus and the elves making them great North Pole neighbors. The adorable white playful pups enjoy life in and out of the water.

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