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Olympic National park

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Connor Chadwick

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By Connor Chadwick
Olympic National Park
3 Parks in one
Populations
There are many populations there. One of witch is goats.
The Goat population is in the 100,000!
Just avoid these things if you go. The Ice Age isolation led to the 15 animals and 8 plants that evolved nowhere else on Earth.

Habitats
It is easy for animals to live in this park.
There is a lake, forest, and mountains, they can get water form the lake, get food in the forest, and live high in th mountains
Land forms
The main bodies are mountains, Lake, and forests
Temptress
The average temptress in Autumn is 48F
The average temptress in Winter is 49F
The average temptress in Spring is 57F
Total avarage is 51F
Olympic National park is a great place to go. just maybe stay away from the goats.

Its 3 parks in one Mountains, a Lake, and forests.

a great place to live near the lake.
Wouldn't you want to live in a place were only 15 animals and 8 plants only live there in the world, and wouldn't you want to be near a place with wild beaches, old growth forests, temperate, rain forests, mountain meadows, and glaciers. I hope I will go to visit this national park. To me its like the best national park in the USA
Maps of the park
Thanks for watching
The Park is 922,000 acres and was Established on June 29, 1938
Rare and uncommon animals
Special animals that live there are
Masked shrew, Sorex cinereus
Northern water shrew, Sorex palustris
Snow mole, S. townsendii olympicus
Little brown myotis, Myotis lucifugus
Fringed myotis, Myotis thysanodes
Big brown bat, Eptesicus fuscus
Silver-haired bat, Lasionycteris noctivagans
Hoary bat, Lasiurus cinereus
Porcupine, Erethizon dorsatum
Mazama pocket gopher, T. mazama melanops
Marten, Martes americana
Martes pennanti
Porcupine, Erethizon dorsatum
Pig, Sus scrofa
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