What is the state animal of Massachusetts?

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The state animal of Massachusetts is the Right Whale. It was adopted as the state animal in 1980 because of the whaling industry in the 18th century.
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The state bird of Massachusetts is the Chickadee. The Chickadee is also Maine's state bird. It was adopted as Massachusetts state bird in 1941.
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Birds that live in Massachusetts include the common loon, the wood duck, the mallard, the northern bobwhite, the sharp-shinned hawk, the sora and the ruby-crowned kinglet. House sparrows
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The State Animal of Massachusetts is the Right whale.
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