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The use of animal symbolism in African art is intricately woven into the fabric of their culture. Animals signify human character traits and are therefore used in abundance in many African artworks, including wood carvings and embroidered clothing. The lion symbolizes royalty and strength; the female lion represents fierce motherhood and protection; the camel is a symbol of sobriety; the leopard stands for courage and aggression; the elephant symbolizes dignity, patience, and wisdom.