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Travel Alberta

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Kaleigha Blandizzi

on 5 June 2015

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Travel Alberta
Extra Information
Alberta is known for its fossils. There used to be dinosaurs in Alberta.
Natural Resources:
Alberta is a great place to go if you are searching for forestry, Coal, Natural gas, and oil.
Main Attractions:
Alberta has Fossil Museums, Parks, Prairies, and lots of freedom.
Travel Alberta
We Make it right!
Major Cities:
Edmonton and Calgary
Why?
Edmonton is a major city because it has a good amount of festivals, also because Edmonton is the capital of Alberta.
Calgary is a major city because it is the largest city in Alberta.
Alberta had a dinosaur named after "Alberta" its called the Albertosaurus.
Come visit us sometime. See you soon!
TEMPURATURE
In the summers it is very hot
In the winters its very cold
In the fall its right in the middle
In the spring it rains
I got this information at:
TravelAlberta
.Com
Are you going to visit us in Alberta? of course you are!
Animals
Bears
Rabbits
Geese
Squirrels
Big Horned Sheep
Marmitain
Ferrits
Fish
Plants
Catnip
Bittercress
Cowlily
Chickweed
Beargrass
Bistort
Dandelion
Mustard Plants
Smallest
Town in Alberta
Granum
There is a Edmontosaurus too!
And there were T-Rex's that lived NEAR Alberta.
Population
There was an estimated population in Alberta on October 1, 2014 and the estimate was exactly
4, 145, 992.
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