Coloring Pages

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alpca coloring page

Alpacas live in the Andes of South America, where they have been exclusively domestic animals for thousands of years. They are gentle, intelligent, observant and inquisitive creatures. When alarmed, they will jump straight up with their feet together, like this one. The ballet slippers seem natural to the pose.   Download the pdf coloring page.

The dog is the emblem of faithfulness and guardianship. Dogs are considered loyal and temperate and the dog is a symbol of a skilled hunter. They were also associated with priests since priests were thought of as watchdogs against the devil.  Download the pdf coloring page.

For many cultures across the world, whales and dolphins are associated with divine powers and are seen as superior beings. In ancient Greece, to kill a dolphin was equal to killing a human and was a crime punishable by death, for dolphins were seen messengers in service to the Gods.  Download the jpg coloring page.

The elephant is a symbol of the strength of the mind in Buddhism. Exhibiting noble gentleness, it represents the calm majesty possessed by one who is on the path. Specifically, it embodies the boundless powers of the Buddha which are miraculous aspiration, effort, intention, and analysis.  Download the pdf coloring page.

The gorilla is a symbol for the quiet power that prolongs a person’s lifespan and encourages consideration for others. Gorillas live in a community of their fellows, calmly for the most part, accepting of their duties to each other and united in their care for the young.  Download the pdf coloring page.

Pigs may symbolize a lot of different things to different people and cultures, but this particular pig seems to symbolize joyful flight, racing headlong for the fun of it. You should ride him sometime.  Download the pdf coloring page.

The Zebra teaches us the beauty in individuality. Another spiritual meaning for the stripes has to do with the integration of opposites, thus enabling us to see a deeper truth.  Download the pdf coloring page.

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