While not specifically the national animal of Canada, the moose is one of Canada's most cherished and recognizable national icons. The moose reaches its highest population density on the island of Newfoundland, even though it is not native to the island. The moose was introduced to Newfoundland by humans in the early 1900s. Despite the large number of moose in Newfoundland, the caribou beat it out as the official animal of the province. #newfoundland #moose #krizzart #mooseart #artforsale
$229.99 "The Canadian Beaver" On March 24, 1975 the North American Beaver received the highest honor bestowed to any rodent by becoming the National Animal of Canada, and a “symbol of the sovereignty of Canada”. The beaver was chosen as the official mascot of the Olympic Games in 1976 (held in Montreal, Quebec). #beaver #beaverart #canadianart #canada #oilpainting #originalartwork
SCARLET IBIS PROFILE $324.99 Scarlet Ibis Profile 22 * 28 The Scarlet Ibis is the national bird of Trinidad and Tobago. These birds can be found specifically in Caroni Swamp, which was designated a wildlife reserve in part to help the Scarlet Ibis. They enjoy a diet mainly of insects although they also love shrimp.