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Painting of Smokey Bear teaching two cubs and a variety of animals in the forest. Smokey points to a poster with a drawing of people plus a lit match equals a burned tree. Behind Smokey is a burned down forest.
Painting of Smokey Bear hurrying to finish putting up signs as visitors arrive. Two cubs on top of a picnic table help paint the signs that Smokey is hanging. The signs read "Please Prevent Forest Fires" with a picture of Smokey's face in the center.
Painting of Smokey Bear posing with a shovel in one hand and a gold medal around his neck for someone drawing a picture of him. There is one cub holding onto the shovel and another cub behind the tree Smokey is leaning on. There is also a deer on the…
Painting of Smokey Bear holding a cub and a shovel in a burned down forest. One side shows another cub holding onto Smokey's leg and on the other side is a deer. In front of Smokey is a burned sign that reads "Prevent Forest and Brush Fires".