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Joshua Tree National Park. By: Nolan T. D-21. Joshua tree national park is in southern C alifornia. It is 825, 000 miles. Joshua tree National park is very dry. Trees, rocks, animals, and sand are all natural features. Coyote.

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Joshua tree national park

Joshua Tree National Park

By: Nolan T. D-21


Joshua tree national park is in southern c alifornia
Joshua tree national park is in southern California

It is 825, 000 miles


Joshua tree national park is very dry
Joshua tree National park is very dry

  • Trees, rocks, animals, and sand are all natural features


Coyote
Coyote

  • Coyote’s hunt there prey, can’t swim good, and eat mostly meat.


Bald eagle
Bald Eagle

  • The bald eagle eats fish, is a member of the sea and fish group, also eats rodents.


Bunny
Bunny

  • The bunny is a vegetarian, has fur to keep warm, can run fast.


Desert fox
Desert fox

  • The desert fox eats meat, hunts food, and has fur to keep warm at night.



One fact about the park is that it can get really super hot mr knowles there is also a lot of cacti
One fact about the park is that “it can get really super hot” Mr. Knowles, there is also a lot of cacti



References
References climbing.

  • msn.com and terragalleria.com


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