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"Nature's Extremes"

Death Valley National Park is famed for its extreme arid temperatures. While it's difficult to believe much can survive the boiling temperatures up to 134 degrees fahrenheit (57 degrees centigrade), the park's desert wildlife proves otherwise. From Bighorn Sheep, Coyote and the evergreen creosote bush, the desert changes through the seasons and offers up a burst of colors in spring when the wildflowers bloom spectacularly. Top scenic spots include Zabriskie Point, overlooking the sci-fiesque multi-hued Furnace Creek; otherworldly Twenty Mule Team Canyon and the badlands; and the desolate Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes.
Death Valley National Park, Death Valley, CA, United States, 92328
"Nature's Extremes"
Death Valley National Park is famed for its extreme arid temperatures. While it's difficult to believe much can survive the boiling temperatures up to 134 degrees fahrenheit (57 degrees centigrade), the park's desert wildlife proves otherwise. From Bighorn Sheep, Coyote and the evergreen creosote bush, the desert changes through the seasons and offers up a burst of colors in spring when the wildflowers bloom spectacularly. Top scenic spots include Zabriskie Point, overlooking the sci-fiesque multi-hued Furnace Creek; otherworldly Twenty Mule Team Canyon and the badlands; and the desolate Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes.
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