10 Weird Natural Sites In The USA

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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah - This national park is located in the southwest part of Utah.

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Ringing Rocks Park, Pennsylvania - Rocks can make a sound like the ringing of bells when struck against each other or struck with a hammer.

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Petrified Forest, Arizona - This national park can be found in Arizona. The secret behind its name is the attractive cluster of trees.

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Chimney Rock, Nebraska - Chimney Rock is a natural formation located in Nebraska, and it is taller than the Statue of Liberty in New York.

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Antelope Canyon, Arizona - Antelope Canyon is a beautiful red rock park that was actually formed by a flash flood.

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Meteor Crater, Arizona - This is a fascinating and most visited site in Arizona located forty miles from Flagstaff.

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Death Valley, Eastern California - This Eastern California attraction is fascinating, surprising, weird, and beautiful all at the same time.

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Mammoth Cave, Kentucky - This is the longest known cave system in the world, and over 400 miles of it has been explored.

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Redwood Forest, California - The Redwood Forest is home to some of the largest trees in the world, making it an exciting place to visit.

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Natural Rock Face, Alaska - As the name suggests, this unusual natural site is a naturally occurring face made of rock.

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