Glacier National Park in the US state of Montana was established by Congress in 1910. For hundreds of years, the Native American Indians live here and considered it to be a sacred place.
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This national park was named for the glaciers that created its landscape. A glacier is a moving mass of snow and ice which forms in the winter and melts in the summer. While the glacier is in movement it picks up rocks and gravel. These create natural sculptures upon the land.
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There are many lakes and streams and the park is home to wildlife such as moose, golden and bald eagles, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, and whitetail and mule deer.