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Why did the United States start forming National Parks?
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How many National Parks are there in the United States?
Which National Park is the oldest? When was it established?
How many National Parks are in Florida? Which ones are they?
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Which President started the National Parks Services Program? When?
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There are 58 National Parks in the United States
Yellowstone National Park is the oldest National Park in the United States. It was established in 1872.
The youngest National Park is Pinnacles National Park and was established in 1908.
There are six National Parks in Florida. Timucan Ecological and Historical Preserve, Canaveral National Sea Shore, Big Cypress National Preserve, Biscayne National Park, Everglades National Park, Dry Tortugas National Park
1. The nation’s deepest cave is 1,593 ft deep in New Mexico at Carlsbad Caverns National Park.
2. There are 27,000 historic and prehistoric structures preserved within the National Parks System.
3. There is 1 active volcano, thousands of petrified trees, and almost 300 waterfalls in Yellowstone National Park.
Woodrow Wilson the 28th president had started the National Parks Service Program on August 25 1916.
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They started forming national parks because they where concerned about the destruction of wildlife, wilderness, and civilization. The United States wanted to make sure that everything was safe from the people hurting them.
National Parks
What is the youngest National Park in the United States? When was it established?
Youngest National Park
Oldest National Park
By: Helen Feliz

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