Vuntut National Park
|Vuntut National Park|
|Nearest city||Old Crow, Yukon|
|Area||4,345 km2 (1,678 sq mi)|
|Governing body||Parks Canada|
Vuntut National Park (//; French: Parc national Vuntut) is a national park located in northern Yukon, Canada. It was established in 1995. Due to land claims negotiations, this national park is still very undeveloped. It currently has no roads or developed trails. The name Vuntut comes from the Gwichʼin for among the lakes.
Animals that inhabit this park include caribou, foxes, peregrine falcons, grizzly bears, wolves, Alaskan moose, wolverines, gyrfalcons, black bears, muskoxen, golden eagles, pine martens, ground squirrels, muskrats, lynxes, and minks.
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