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  • The Grand Teton National Park

    Grand Teton National Park has seen plenty of change through the years, but some things have remained constant. The climate has drifted from near alpine to semi-arid and tribes and traders have come and gone, but the almost pristine eco-system remains from prehistoric times. The park is home to species of flora and fauna that have survived thousands of years, with moose, marmots and mountain lions living among spruce fir forests and willow-edged wetlands. A modern day ʺland before time,ʺ the most prominent mountains that run through the park form part of the Teton range, itself part of the Rocky Mountains.

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