Plants & Animals
The State Amphibian: Spotted SalamanderTom Tyning @ US Department of Transportation
The State Animal: Whitetail DeerU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
The State Bird: Carolina Wren
The State Butterfly: Eastern TigerSwallowtail
The State Dog: Boykin Spaniel
The State Duck: Wood DuckU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
The State Fish: Striped BassU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
The State Game Bird: Wild TurkeyGary M. Stolz, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bugwood.org
The State Heritage Horse: Marsh TackyJackie McFadden/Carolina Marsh Tacky Association
The State Heritage Work Animal: MuleAndrea Grosse, John P. Mosesso /life.nbii.gov
The State Insect: Carolina MantidSturgis McKeever, Georgia Southern University, Bugwood.org
The State Marine Mammal:Bottlenose DolphinNational Aeronautics and Space Administration
The State Migratory Marine Mammal:Northern Right WhaleNOAA Fisheries
The State Reptile: Loggerhead TurtlePhotographed in the vicinity of Georgetown, South Carolina. Image courtesyof NOAA.
The State Shell: Lettered OliveWikipedia-Lettered Olive
The State Spider: Carolina Wolf SpiderJames O. Howell, University of Georgia, Bugwood.org
The State Flower: Yellow JessamineClarence A. Rechenthin @ USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database
The State Grass: Indian GrassJennifer Anderson @ USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database
The State Tree: Palmetto Tree
The State Wildflower: GoldenrodUS Fish and Wildlife Service
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South Carolina State Symbols

  1. 1. Plants & Animals
  2. 2. The State Amphibian: Spotted SalamanderTom Tyning @ US Department of Transportation
  3. 3. The State Animal: Whitetail DeerU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  4. 4. The State Bird: Carolina Wren
  5. 5. The State Butterfly: Eastern TigerSwallowtail
  6. 6. The State Dog: Boykin Spaniel
  7. 7. The State Duck: Wood DuckU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  8. 8. The State Fish: Striped BassU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  9. 9. The State Game Bird: Wild TurkeyGary M. Stolz, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bugwood.org
  10. 10. The State Heritage Horse: Marsh TackyJackie McFadden/Carolina Marsh Tacky Association
  11. 11. The State Heritage Work Animal: MuleAndrea Grosse, John P. Mosesso /life.nbii.gov
  12. 12. The State Insect: Carolina MantidSturgis McKeever, Georgia Southern University, Bugwood.org
  13. 13. The State Marine Mammal:Bottlenose DolphinNational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  14. 14. The State Migratory Marine Mammal:Northern Right WhaleNOAA Fisheries
  15. 15. The State Reptile: Loggerhead TurtlePhotographed in the vicinity of Georgetown, South Carolina. Image courtesyof NOAA.
  16. 16. The State Shell: Lettered OliveWikipedia-Lettered Olive
  17. 17. The State Spider: Carolina Wolf SpiderJames O. Howell, University of Georgia, Bugwood.org
  18. 18. The State Flower: Yellow JessamineClarence A. Rechenthin @ USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database
  19. 19. The State Grass: Indian GrassJennifer Anderson @ USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database
  20. 20. The State Tree: Palmetto Tree
  21. 21. The State Wildflower: GoldenrodUS Fish and Wildlife Service
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