Why are national parks created?
In India, the US, and other countries, a national park is set aside as a habitat for animal and plant life in a protected natural setting. The government controls the park's operations and access, with the specific intention to avoid damage by industrial development or unauthorized habitation.
An example is Gir National Park in Gujarat, India (see related link below).
National Parks exist in order to preserve a specific and unique environment of that country. Every national park usually has something unique attributed to it, and national parks represent a protected environment in which people can examine what the place once was. National Parks are also created in order to prevent the developing of the areas that they protect.
Yes there actually are national parks in the Sahara desert. Since the desert covers all of Northern Africa, Some countries have created parks to get tourists to come. these parks are; Banc d'Arguin National Park in Mauritania, Djanet-National Park in Algeria, Sidi Touri National Park in Tunisia, Taghit National Park in Algeria and finally the Ain Khadra National Park in Egypt. The problem though these "parks" are not like the parks in North America, they…
Theodore Roosevelt had a huge part in the preservation of parks. The parks, like: Grand Canyon National Park or Crater Lake National Park etc., were not created, they were simply preserved. Teddy Roosevelt preserved these National Parks so that some of America's natural wonders could be enjoyed. They also have great historical backgrounds.
The us government created which national park to establish a role for the federal government in the administration of national parks?
In the United States, national parks are managed by the National Park Service, which is part of the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI). National Parks can only be created or decommissioned by the United States Congress. The President of the United States, however, can create National Monuments without Congressional approval by using the American Antiquities Act of 1906.
The number of state parks and national parks that can fit into Wyoming would depend on which state and national parks you choose and their sizes. Wyoming has: 12 State Parks 2 National Parks 5 National Forests 1 National Historic Landmark 1 National Historic Site 4 National Wildlife Refuges 2 National Recreation Areas