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Are you looking for an amazing locale where you can experience the beauty of nature and wildlife in their natural habitat? We've picked out 5 of the most biodiverse National Parks in the US. Grab your camera and check out these amazing destinations waiting to be explored.

Grand Teton National Park


Wildlife Residents: yellow-bellied marmots, golden eagles, bison, coyotes, moose, pronghorns, elk

Rare Wildlife Resident: Pikas


Everglades National Park

Location: Florida

Wildlife Residents:  grass frogs, American crocodiles, alligators, gray foxes, raccoons, river otters, great egret

Rare Wildlife Resident: Florida Panther



Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail

Location: Hawaii

Wildlife Residents: green sea turtles, `A`ama crabs, hawksbill turtles

Rare Wildlife Resident: Hawaiian stilt



Appalachian National Scenic Trail

Location: CT, GA, MA, MD, ME, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, TN, VA, VT, WV

Wildlife Residents: feral ponies, black beavers, porcupines, moose, rattlesnakes, quails, common loons, bald eagles

Rare Wildlife Resident: water shrew



Big Thicket National Preserve

Location: Texas

Wildlife Residents: spotted salamanders, Gulf Coast water dogs, coastal cricket frogs, nine-banded armadillos, red foxes

Rare Wildlife Resident: marbled salamander