Theodore Roosevelt National Park

United States of America - Great Plains

North Dakota’s scenic badlands in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park was formed by 65 million years of geological turmoil.

The bizarre multicoloured rock formations, dramatic canyons and sweeping plains are home to elk, prairie dogs and about 500 bison that disappeared from the area in the late 1800s but reintroduced in the 1950s. The park is frequented by those who love wildlife spotting, birdwatching, hiking, horseback riding, stargazing and scenic drives.

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