The Teddy Bear is named after President Theodore Roosevelt. While on a hunt, he refused to shoot a captured black bear. To commemorate this incident, later a stuffed-animal maker decided to create a bear and named it after the president. To this day, the Teddy Bear has worldwide popularity and its origin can be traced back to Theodore Roosevelt’s hunting trip in 1902.

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