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Mila Studio,The Pelican State,The nickname for Louisiana is The Pelican State. The brown pelican is the state bird and appears on Louisiana's state flag, great seal and the official state painting.,Population: 4,682,509 inhabitants (April 2018)Parks: 5 national parks and 21 state parks.The name Louisiana comes from Louis XIV.Louisiana does not have an official language. English, French, Spanish, and Vietnamese are the languages that are spoken in Louisiana.,Here is a few facts about Louisiana:,Mardi Gras,New Orleans is home to the most famousfestival Mardi Gras which is French for 'Fat Tuesday'.The next one will be in February 25th, 2020.Listen to know more about the celebration.,New Orleans is world famous for its unique and very distinctivecuisine. New Orleans is known for specialties like beignets orFried Oysters and other Creole dishes, the most famous one isthe Jambalaya Shrimp dish.The Jambalaya dish is composed of meat, rice and vegetables Gumbo is a soup composed of stock (bouillon), meat or shellfish, celery, bell pepper and onions. (Creole versions),Sources,Cajun and Creole foodhttps://www.marriott.com/Images/Destinations/Infographic/New_Orleans-Cajun_vs_Creole-Infographic.jpghttp://cevichewines.com/louisiana-travel-brochure/louisiana-travel-brochure-louisiana-brochure-louisiana-tap-into-travel-printable-bekonang/Mardi Grashttps://www.audio-lingua.eu/spip.php?article1437Down to the bayouhttps://traveltips.usatoday.com/louisiana-bayous-59733.htmlhttps://sarahgoodreau.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/gatorcountry.jpg (fond, images)New Orleanshttps://static.vecteezy.com/system/resources/previews/000/193/497/non_2x/vector-new-orleans-streetcar-illustration.jpg (tramway)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XkW86RyhEoThe Pelican Statehttps://www.netstate.com/states/intro/la_intro.htm, https://www.sos.la.gov/HistoricalResources/PublishingImages/LouisianaStateFlagRGBSmall.png,Down to the Bayou,People of Bayou Country,The Bayou was created by the Mississippi river but the water is stagnant so it became what we call a swamp.,Louisiana's bayous are home to American Alligators, blue herons, shrimps, white-tailed deer andfish.,Flora and Fauna,Choctaw Indians have inhabited Louisiana’s bayous for centuries. The native United Houma Nation also live in the bayous.In the 18th century, the French Canadian Acadian people migrated to Louisiana’s bayous.Many of Louisiana’s bayou residents, called Cajuns, speak a form of French unique to the region. Cajun music, called zydeco, includes African rhythms, American jazzand folk songs.,Tourism in the Bayou,Fishing, hunting, nature and photography enthusiasts make up the base of the Louisiana bayou tourism industry.,Find Louisiana and click on it!