Friday, 10 May 2013

Badlands National Park


Location: State of South Dakota
Declared as a National Park on November 10, 1978

With 244,000 acres of area, Badlands is one of the wonderful national parks to visit. It contains
64,144 acres of the area that is called as wilderness area (land in its real state). The park has also been served as the site for the reintroduction of Black-footed ferret that is one of the most endangered animal in North America. It also contains fossils of many distinct animals specially from the era of about 30 million years ago.