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  Instructions: Paint the scene, then drag cool local plants and animals into the environment!

The Great Smoky Mountains
National Park resides in the
Appalachian Mountains, on the border between North Carolina and Tennessee.

Scientists believe up to 100,000 species live in the park. Why such diversity? Because of the park’s range in altitude and temperature, it can host many kinds of life. Also, during the last ice age, the mountains were
a refuge for animals escaping the ice.





Animal Paint and Make!