The oak tree, which is the national tree of many countries, primarily symbolizes strength and endurance. Other qualities associated with the oak tree include protection, success and stability. More »

Oak trees come from acorns. Acorns are nuts produced by oak trees that drop to the ground in early autumn. Although not generally eaten by modern humans, acorns are beloved fare of squirrels and chipmunks. More »

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The pin oak, Quercus palustris, is a tree that's native to the eastern part of the United States. It is very popular as a street tree because it tolerates poor soil conditions and pollution. It does best in soil that is ... More »

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The Hawaiian green sea turtle, also known as the honu, symbolizes good luck, endurance and long life. Green sea turtles are seen as navigators who can always find their way home. More »

The ocean is a symbol of power, strength, life, mystery, hope and truth. It is also referred to as being the tears, or sorrow, of God. The ocean's salt symbolizes stability. More »

The bear is generally feared and admired at the same time for its strength and power. In Native American culture, the bear symbolizes strength, confidence and courage. More »

The horse commonly symbolizes power, grace, beauty, nobility, strength and freedom. Many cultures attribute the four elements - earth, fire, water and air - to the horse. More »