Did you know: geologists use trees at Bryce Canyon National Park to gauge the rate of erosion along the rims of the amphitheaters in the park? As the soil erodes away, it leaves the trees “hanging in the air” as their roots grasp at what is left of the soil. A great example is the Limber Pine next to the view area railing at Sunrise Point (the one you see in the photo above).
National Parks Quiz And Trivia #2
To read more national park trivia and even test your national parks knowledge with a short quiz, click on the image above to be taken to the article on the National Parks Traveler’s site. Oh, btw, I wrote the article with the quiz and trivia in it.
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