The Sequoias National Park in the southeastern corner of California, is one of the most photographed national parks in the country, with more than 10 million visitors each year.
But what is the name of the national park?
Is it the Sequosas or the Sequanas?
The park’s name derives from the Spanish word for “snow” and the Spanish for “wild”.
The Sequas are the largest of the Sequoias and are located just south of San Francisco.
The Sequans have long been recognized as being the dominant wild animals in California.
The sequoias are native to the Sierra Nevada Mountains of the eastern United States, and the most famous and iconic is Yosemite National Park.
Yosemite was designated in 1906 by President Theodore Roosevelt as a National Park, the first of its kind in the world.
The park has been in the spotlight for the past several years with a series of deaths of Sequoian animals in the wild.
On November 9, 2015, the last known recorded human deaths were reported from the Sequinas National Park near the town of Oroville.
On July 31, 2017, a person died in the park while climbing the Mount Whitney lookout.
The most recent death was on October 3, 2017 in the Sequinac National Park south of Reno, Nevada.
The National Park Service estimates that there are more than 15,000 animals in Sequoiams national park.
In addition to the Sequas, there are the Sequinos and the Sequanoas and the white-tailed deer, the latter of which is native to Sequoians mountains.
The white-tail deer is listed as a threatened species.