The United States has been recently declared as the number one country for wildlife tourism. With total 60 national parks, the sheer abundance of biodiversity in the country is incomparable. Here’s our pick. By Deepali Sharma

 

1. Yellowstone National Park

The Yellowstone National Park is often referred to as the world’s first national park. Here, you can explore vibrant hot springs, mud pots along with a diverse species of wolves, grizzly bears at its geothermal preservation location.

 

2. Badlands National Park

Home to world’s richest fossil beds, the rugged topography of Badlands National Park offers a diverse range of wildlife. Fossils of now exists mammals, among them the saber-toothed cat were found here.

 

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3. Death Valley National Park

Experience major extremes of landscape in Death Valley National Park. Despite being the hottest and the driest national park, it is home to variety of species like the Bighorn sheep and kangaroo rats.

 

4. Everglades National Park

The wetlands of the Everglades National Park is home to numerous endangered species like the Florida panther, manatee and American crocodiles. Explore this tropical haven with lush and diverse flora.

 

5. Denali National Park

The Denali National Park will impress you with its tundra wilderness. It was the first national park created to consciously conserve the wildlife. And now you can witness 169 species of birds with 39 different types of mammals, and one species of amphibian.

 

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