What Does The Dragon Fly Mean To The Native American?

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A Dragon fly is actually a kind of insect that belongs to the order Odonata. It has large multifaceted eyes, strong transparent wings and an elongated body.

Dragon flies have been considered as Sinister in almost all cultures of the world except Native American Culture. In Native America, Dragonflies are an icon of swiftness and activity. Some tribes think they symbolize pure water. Some of the tribes believe that they are a sign of renewal after hardships. They are often used on pottery and other handicrafts.

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