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Britain First National Park: Peak District National Park

The Peak District National Park covers 555 sq. miles at the southern end of the Pennines between Sheffield and Manchester. It was the first National Park to be set up in Britain in 1951 and, although mostly in Derbyshire, covers parts of six counties. About 38,000 people live in the Park. The major industries are farming, mineral extraction and tourism.

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Family Vacation Guide: Adventure in Disney Wild Park, The Animal Kingdom

Disney gets a little wild. Disney’s newest park is the fourth and largest at Walt Disney World. The Animal Kingdom was 8 years in the making and spreads across 500 acres of central Florida. Featuring the plains of Africa, the jungles of Asia, primeval forests and live animals, the theme park is 1 of Disney’s biggest undertakings — and the perfect place for your next family vacation.

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Huzhu Beishan Mountain – Beishan National Forest Park in Qinghai China

Beishan National Forest Park is one of the intact natural forest resources in Qinghai Provinces, China.  The vegetation is vertically distributed with clear separating lines. Coniferous forest, hardwood forest and alpine bush and mesophorbium jointly constitute the uniqueness and diversification of the scenes of Beishan Forest, while snowy mountains, valleys, special-shaped peaks, stone forests, hornstones […]

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