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The Wildcat

The Wildcat

Carlos Terres, 1992

Terres, a native of Jalisco, Mexico, created a realistic feline with a few of his own touches. Specifically, it has a very aggressive look and a few eagle feathers. In Aztec culture, the eagle represents intelligence, Terres said. That, combined with the Wildcat, represents, in his mind the blending of academics and athletics. (Los Angeles Times)

Sponsored by Brea-Olinda High School

Location: Brea

Medium type: Bronze

Date created: 1992

Dimensions: 14' tall

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