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Презентація для 9 класу "Національні парки та заповідники"

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Zhanna Umanskaya, A teacher of English of Martova Secondary School

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Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park Although not the largest geyser in the park, Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park is the most well-known. The geyser erupts at 30- to 90-minute intervals, depending on the length of the previous eruption.

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Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve Robert Marshall of the United States Forest Service found and named the Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve in northern Alaska. The park is named after the two mountain peaks he discovered that form a frame around the area.

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Serengeti National Park Burchell’s zebras and blue wildebeests roam Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, one of the last places in Africa where large animal migrations still occur. During the wet season herds with numbers in the thousands populate the southeastern plains of the park. In the dry season the animals migrate westward into the woodland savanna of the Serengeti and northward to the grassland areas of neighboring Kenya.

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Serengeti National Park Serengeti National Park is an important tourist attraction for Tanzania, one of the world’s least developed countries.

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Merced River, Yosemite National Park The Merced River winds past spectacular granite rock formations such as Half Dome in California’s Yosemite National Park.

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Denali National Park and Preserve The largest state in the United States, Alaska is also one of the most sparsely populated. Vast expanses of stunning wilderness remain untouched. Wonder Lake in Denali National Park and Preserve, south central Alaska.

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Great Smoky Mountains Seen rising through a cloudy haze, the Great Smoky Mountains of western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee are among the oldest in the world. Also known as the Smokies, the mountains rise to 2025 m (6643 ft) amid dense forested terrain. The Smokies and other natural attractions bring many tourists to North Carolina, making tourism an important component of the state’s economy.

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Grasslands National Park The short grasses that cover Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan, Canada, are resilient enough to withstand drought, high winds, and scorching sun.

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Ten Thousand Islands Dotting the coastal waters off southwestern Florida, many of the Ten Thousand Islands lie within Everglades National Park. The Everglades cover 13,000 sq km (5,000 sq mi) and comprise a vast freshwater marsh, swamp, savanna, and virgin forest. The extensive marsh lies in a large basin of limestone and was formed by centuries of surplus water from Lake Okeechobee.

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Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde Cliff Palace is the largest of the dwellings at Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado, with 220 rooms. For centuries the Anasazi lived on top of cliffs, but about AD 1200 or 1300 they began building their settlements in eroded alcoves beneath the rims. The ruins of the rectangular rooms, ceremonial towers, and circular kivas (underground chambers) of Cliff Palace are visible here.

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Game Preserve in Kenya A giraffe towers over zebras on the savanna of a Kenyan game preserve. Home to many endangered species of wildlife, the African republic of Kenya shelters its wild animals in game preserves and national parks. Kenya outlawed hunting in 1977, but poachers continue to hunt many of these commercially valuable animals.

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Game Preserve in Kenya Tourists can observe and photograph the animals in safaris through the parks and preserves.

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Asiatic Lions The Gīr National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary in Gujarāt, India, is the only remaining habitat of the Asiatic lion, a species that was nearly extinct in the early 1900s. Here officials keep track of the individual prides (companies of lions).

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Great Barrier Reef, Australia The Great Barrier Reef, seen here in an aerial view, is the largest known coral deposit in the world. It extends for about 2010 km (about 1250 mi) off the eastern coast of Queensland, Australia. The reef is a major tourist attraction.

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Mauna Loa Lava Flows Hawaii Volcanoes National Park contains two active volcanoes, Mauna Loa and Kilauea. Mauna Loa erupts frequently, exuding lava about once every four years. This picture shows a field of lava from Mauna Loa that has hardened into smooth, folded sheets of rock known as pahoehoe.

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The Askania-Nova Steppe Reserve Europe's only remaining un touched fescue and feather grass steppe area and therefore is of cultural, scientific and natural interest.

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The Askania-Nova Reserve, which is already over 110 years old, is among Ukraine's most important national parks. It was founded by Friedrich Falz Fein, one of the first land owners who used his family estate to create a nature reserve.

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Askania-Nova is Europe's largest fescue and feather grass steppe reserve and spans an area of 11054 hectares.

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The Askania-Nova Reserve

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Англійська мова (9-й рік навчання) 9 клас (Любченко О. С., Любченко О. М., Тучина Н. В.)
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