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Kings Canyon National Park

Definitions

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  • noun a national park in California that has giant sequoia trees and alpine lakes and glaciers

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Examples

  • Oh - and any visit home involves me driving up to Kings Canyon National Park and sniffing Redwood Trees for about six hours.

    You Mean I Have to PAY to Drive Here? - SpouseBUZZ

  • The community of 30 people is located along the scenic highway to Kings Canyon National Park.

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  • But, 54 days after he vanished, a gaunt, bearded Steeves, filthy clothing hanging from his body, hobbled into a camp in the remote backcountry of Kings Canyon National Park, east of

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  • But, 54 days after he vanished, a gaunt, bearded Steeves, filthy clothing hanging from his body, hobbled into a camp in the remote backcountry of Kings Canyon National Park, east of

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  • -- Officials say warmer weather earlier this week helped fuel a wildfire that's been burning for nearly two months in Kings Canyon National Park and

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  • The community of 30 people is located along the scenic highway to Kings Canyon National Park.

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  • In a 10-year study using mark-recapture methods, Kathleen Matthews and Haiganoush Preisler quantified site fidelity of the frogs in a high elevation basin of Kings Canyon National Park and found that frogs were returning to breed in lakes that dry up after low snowpack years, killing all tadpoles, or to lakes where predation by introduced non-native trout reduced breeding success of frogs.

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  • The Sheep Fire in Kings Canyon National Park and Sequoia National Forest has claimed another 500 acres, now covering 4,857 acres, with most of the acreage in the national park.

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  • The community of 30 people is located along the scenic highway to Kings Canyon National Park.

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  • About 3,000 acres have burned in Kings Canyon National Park and about 1,800 in Sequoia

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