Great Basin Marble Otter

By Dee Edaakie

Animal: Otter, Material: Great Basin Marble
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The Great Basin encompasses most of Nevada, half of Utah and areas of Idaho, Wyoming, Oregon and California where Indigenous Peoples such as the Shoshone, Washo, Paiute and Ute have lived since time began. In prehistoric days, the Great Basin was originally a swamp covered with water from huge lakes formed by melting ice. Today remnants of those vast lakes remain such as the Great Salt Lake, Pyramid Lake and Walker Lake. Dee Edaakie's turquoise-eyed otter has been carved from Great Basin marble and measures about 2 1/2" long, 1 1/4" wide and 1 1/2" tall. A miniature sea shell, coral and heishe shell bead offering is attached to this delightful water creature.

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