Marriage and the birth of a daughter are among the milestones in Tony the Tiger's life When the Kellogg Co. first began using Tony the Tiger, he initially appeared on all fours. Today, he not only stands upright, but also reaches a broad 6-foot-6. His eyes have changed from blue to dark green to golden. And the shape of his face has matured from round to contoured. "His looks have evolved and changed subtly," said Celeste Clark, company spokeswoman. But certain characteristics have ...

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