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    A new list of the 100 best national parks in America has revealed a surprising lack of diversity among the country’s national treasures.

    In fact, a mere seven of the 501 spots on the list were dedicated to indigenous peoples.

    This is despite a host of recent advances in human rights, including a surge in the number of people living in tribal communities, the legalization of marijuana and a growing interest in natural heritage.

    In fact, according to a 2015 study, nearly two-thirds of Americans live within 1,000 miles of a national monument, according the National Park Service.

    But the list also reveals that there’s a lot more to the landscape than meets the eye.

    And the lack of variety makes for a stark contrast to the overwhelming variety of national monuments around the country.

    Here are some of the highlights from this year’s list:The National Mall in Washington, D.C. — a popular spot for tourists, many of whom are from out of state, to visit.

    But just seven of its 1,600 acres are designated national monuments.

    That includes the Mall of the Americas, the National Mall at the Smithsonian Institution and the National Historic Landmark in downtown Washington, DC.

    In addition, the Mall at John F. Kennedy International Airport and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, both in Washington are designated as National Monuments.

    A new visitor center at the National Museum, the second-largest museum in the world, opened in the U.S. capital in May.

    But the only two places on the map that are designated a national landmark are the White House and the Lincoln Memorial in Washington.

    And the National Cathedral in New York City has two monuments, both designated by the U,S.

    Congress, the only ones in the nation to have such distinction.

    The National Museum and the Archdiocese of Washington also have national monuments in their areas, including the Archbishops’ Plaza at the U Street Arch in Washington and the Episcopal Cathedral in St. Paul, Minnesota.

    A newly opened exhibit on the U-boat wars at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico has been a favorite spot for visiting visitors.

    But its designation as a national park only means it has a smaller footprint.

    Only two spots on this list are designated parks.

    One is in New Jersey, one is in Oregon.

    There are more than 500 national monuments worldwide, but there are only 22 that are actually national landmarks.

    The rest are designated by state governments.

    The nation’s national parks are divided into five types: National Parks, Preserves, Natural Areas, Protected Areas and Natural History Sites.

    National Parks are designated based on their conservation values.

    Preserves are those that protect natural and cultural resources and habitats for people, such as historic sites.

    Protected Areas are those areas where wildlife, habitat and recreational opportunities exist.

    Natural Areas are areas that provide a habitat for plants and animals.

    Natural History Sites are places where people and their environment interact.

    Some are designated for historic sites, while others are designated to provide a rare site or resource.

    The United States is the world’s fourth-largest exporter of wildlife and plants.

    It accounts for about 40 percent of the worlds total biodiversity, and more than 90 percent of species found in nature are found only in the United States.

    The top 10 national parks with the highest number of designated lands:1.

    Theodore Roosevelt National Monument2.

    Parkland National Monument3.

    Yellowstone National Park4.

    Glacier National Park5.

    Canyonlands National Monument6.

    Yosemite National Park7.

    National Mall National Monument8.

    Grand Canyon National Park9.

    Grand Teton National Park10.

    Bryce Canyon National Recreation Area (GRI)The parkland designation covers about 7.5 million acres in Alaska and Montana.

    The National Park designation covers more than 8 million acres and covers the contiguous 48 states.

    The Yellowstone National Recreation area covers more then 8.2 million acres.

    The parklands are home to some of America’s most iconic landscapes including Glacier National and Yellowstone National Parks.

    In Montana, Yellowstone National is the largest park on the Yellowstone Plateau, with more than 14,000 square miles.

    Yellowstone is also home to the largest national monument in the contiguous United States, the Grand Tonto National Park.

    In Alaska, Theodore Roosevelt is the first U.N. Secretary-General to be honored with the title of “Unsung Hero of Our Time,” and his National Monument is the sixth-largest in the country with more, 2.4 million acres, and the largest in the Northern Hemisphere.

    National parks are the national park system that encompasses nearly 3 million square miles of land and waters in the continental United States and Canada.

    There are more parkland designated in the US than anywhere else in the planet.

    The U. S. has over 3.4 billion people, including 1.2 billion Native Americans, 3.2 trillion people of other indigenous groups, and 2.1 billion other people living