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UTAH

STATE Overview

State Capital

Salt Lake City

Year Admitted

January 4, 1896

State Order

45

State Nickname

The Beehive State

State Tree

Quaking Aspen

State Animal

Rocky Mountain Elk

State Bird

California Gull

State Fish

Bonneville Cutthroat Trout

State Flower

Sego Lily

State Crop

Hay

State Landmarks

Arches National Park, Bryce Canyons Park, Canyonland, Zion National Park

State Facts

Utah is derived from the Ute Native American tribe - People of the Mountains. Utah has about 300 sunny days per year. It is illegal to carry a paper bag containing a violin down the street and illegal to hunt fish on a horse in Utah.

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