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Quttinirpaaq National Park, Canada

A PREZI by Davis & Anna

Davis Carlson

on 25 March 2012

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Transcript of Quttinirpaaq National Park, Canada

Quttinirpaaq National Park WildLife Plants Recreation Activitys Natural Resorces Landforms Indroduction Paragraph Have you ever been to the top of the world? Well if you would like to go there stay at Quttinirpaaq National Park. This amazing national park, is located at the tip of Nunavut (81 degrees 33' 50" north, and 68 degrees 25' 17" west). The whole park is 37 775 kilometers or 14 585 square miles. It is the second largest national park in Canada. Belive it or not, Quttinirpaaq has no trees, due to the fact it is a polar climate. Insted of trees it has willows and wildflowers. Some of the rarest animals in the world live there. The intricate patterns of patterns of rocks and frost-cracked ground attract a few tourists. The coolest thing there is all the glaciers. There are over hundreds of them. When a glacier is on a moutainside it's detail can be seen 15 kilometers away. In the summer the sun shines all day and night. Did you know the park used to be called Ellemere Island? Then in 1996 it became known as Quttinirpaaq. so if you like interesting animals, cold climates, snowshoeing and hiking or go on nature walks, Quttinirpaqq is the place for you!!!!

By Anna & Davis Water
Fish Grant Land Moutains
Lake Hazen Basin
Hazen Plateau
Glaciers of Quttinirpaaq Arctic Willow
Purple Mountain Saxifrage Beluga Whale
Bowhead Whale
Polar Bears
Narwhales Hiking
Sea Kayaking
Dog sledding THE END By: Anna Ciprick & Davis Carlson
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