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Deer Family of mammals A family of artiodactyl mammals containing 51 modern species. Reindeer are common in Eurasia, North and South America, and were also introduced by humans to Australia and New Zealand. Wikipedia #DeerFamily#mammals

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Banff National park in Canada The oldest national park in Canada, created in 1885 in the Canadian Rockies. The park is located 110-180 km west of the city of Calgary in the province of Alberta, occupies 6641 km² in a mountainous area with many glaciers and ice fields, dense coniferous forests and alpine landscapes. The Trans-Canadian Highway runs from Lake Louise as Banff Windermere Boulevard in the south to Jasper National Park and as Icefields Boulevard north of the Trans-Canadian Highway. Neighborhood: local forests and Yoho National Park are adjacent to the west, Kootenay National Park to the south, and the Kananaskis Country park complex to the southeast, which includes several parks and campgrounds, as well as one ecological reserve ... Wikipedia #banff#Nationalpark#Canada

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Moiraine Glacial lake in Canada Glacial Lake in Banff National Park, 14 km from Lake Louise Village. It is located in the Valley of the Ten Peaks at an altitude of about 1885 m. The surface area of the lake is 0.5 km². Wikipedia #Moiraine#Glacial#lake#canada

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Assiniboine Mountain Pyramidal Mountain, located on the American Continental Divide on the border of the Canadian provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. The height is 3618 m above sea level. Due to its external resemblance to the Matterhorn, located on the border of Switzerland and Italy, it is also called the "Canadian Matterhorn". Wikipedia #Assiniboine#Mountain

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