IMPORTANT! [Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Top 10 Facts about the Grand Canyon

[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Grand Canyon
[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Grand Canyon
United States is a country that has a wide variety of places to visit, especially if you consider that they are plenty of natural wonders in this country. Well, now that you have this interest about cool spots that you could learn about one of the most famous spots is the Grand Canyon. Let’s see curious facts about it according to [Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]:

-The Grand Canyon is a chasm of 277 miles long up to 18 miles wide!

-In spite of having too much time, it is estimated that it has 3,6 million years to be created. The erosion is still going on in our days.

-There are about 70 species of different mammals, 250 for birds, 25 kinds of reptiles and about 5 species of amphibians.

-It is a canyon that was formed by the Colorado River which is the one that flows along the Grand Canyon and it is about 300 feet wide.

-The park is 190 miles long and it actually covers a total area of 1900 squares!

-There are some indian tribe living there: the Hopi, the Navajo, the Havasupai, Paiute and Hualapai

-The Bola tie is considered as the official state tie in Arizona since the year 1971.

-Tourism in the Grand Canyon started officially in the year 1800.

-The Grand Canyon was established in 1919 when Woodrow Wilson was president.

-The deepest point in the Grand Canyon is about a mile deep.

Well there you go; those were 10 awesome facts about the Grand Canyon and remember that there are like thousands of them that you could search on your own and the other many places in the USA. Never forget to have that important curiosity about facts, places and the many landmarks that are around our world and of course you should know already that it will be always a nice idea if you share this kind of information with your friend and family. Enjoy the experience!

By [Carlos Erik Malpica Flores].

[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Grand Canyon Image
[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Grand Canyon Image

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