Where am I? - United States Part 7
Updated: Apr 26
1. Did you know that the largest single living organism isn't a tree? In fact it's a fungi located in this state. While the weight and full size is difficult to measure due to being mostly underground it is estimated to weigh over 35,000 tons and covers 2,240 acres (3.5 sq. miles or 9.1 sq. km).
2. This state has two cities built on now extinct volcanoes which is the most in the United States.
3. It is also where the largest meteorite, weighing over 15.5 tons, was found in the United States
4. Funnily enough this state is also home to the smallest park
in the world which covers only 452 sq. inches (2,916 sq. cm).
5. Interestingly enough it is located one mile away from the world's largest independent
bookstore is located. The bookstore in comparison spans over 68,000 sq. ft (or 6,317 sq. m)
6. This state is home to the most visited mountain in
North America, and the second most in the world.
7. In order to preserve its natural beauty, in 2020, this state
became the first state to ban non returnable bottles and cans.
8. One unique feature is that this state is the only double sided state flag of the United States
9. This state is also home to the deepest lake in North America going as deep as 1,949 ft (or 594 m)
10. In addition to that, it is home to the largest United States sea
cave measuring over 1,315 ft (400 m) and 125 ft (38m) high.
The correct answer was: OREGON!!
Hope you enjoyed the beautiful pictures and fun facts!
Check in next Friday and find out which state I'll do next.
Have a wonderful day!