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Arizona. By: Krishna Bhatraju. The symbols of Arizona are listed below. Arizona state amphibian: Arizona Treefrog Arizona state bird: Cactus Wren Arizona state butterfly: Two-tailed Swallowtail Arizona state colors: Federal Blue and old gold Arizona state fish: Apache trout

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Arizona

Arizona

By: Krishna Bhatraju


Symbols of arizona

The symbols of Arizona are listed below.

  • Arizona state amphibian: Arizona Treefrog

  • Arizona state bird: Cactus Wren

  • Arizona state butterfly: Two-tailed Swallowtail

  • Arizona state colors: Federal Blue and old gold

  • Arizona state fish: Apache trout

  • Arizona state flag: Flag of the State of Arizona

  • Arizona state flower: Saguaro blossom

  • Arizona state fossil: Petrified wood

  • Arizona state gemstone: Turquoise

  • Arizona state mammal: Ringtail

  • Arizona state motto: Ditat Deus(Latin God enriches)

  • Arizona state neckwear: Bolo tie

  • Arizona state reptile: Arizona Ridge-nosed Rattlesnake

  • Arizona state seal: Great Seal of the State of Arizona

  • Arizona state slogan: Grand Canyon State

  • Arizona state songs: "Arizona Arizona state gun

Symbols of Arizona


Arizona s motto

Arizona’s state motto is Ditat Deus which means God Enriches us. The people of Arizona have a special church called The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where they recite the motto.

Arizona’s motto


Arizona s statehood

Arizona got it’s statehood on February 14, 1912. It is the 48th state admitted into the United States of America.

Arizona’s statehood


Arizona s population

  • There are about 3,677,985 people in Arizona currently. Arizona is the second fastest growing state in population [after Nevada]!

Arizona’s population


Weather and climate

  • The climate of Arizona is always changing due to the seasons. In summer, the entire state becomes very warm and hot. The warmest temperature in Arizona was 128o F! In winter it is very cold. The coldest temperature in Arizona was -40o F! That is how the climate changes depending on the seasons.

Weather and Climate


Places to visit

  • The places to visit in Arizona are the Grand Canyon with it’s astonishing view, Horse shoe bend of Colorado river, Meteorite crater, and the Petrified Forest with it’s magnificent animals.

Places to visit


Other facts

  • Arizona is part of the Four Corners which is connected to Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona.

  • Arizona’s people are interested in Country and Western music.

  • A famous person named William Rehnquist worked for the Chief Justice Supreme Court.

  • Arizona’s capital was changing all the time![Fort Whipple{1864}], [Prescott{1864-1867, and 1877-1889}],[Tucson{1867-1877}], and [Phoenix{1889}].

Other Facts


Bibliography

  • Wikipedia {www.wikipedia.org}

  • www.google.com

Bibliography


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