Virgin Islands National Park


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Vir′gin Is′lands Na′tional Park′


n.
a national park on St. John Island, Virgin Islands. 23 sq. mi. (59 sq. km).
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Noun1.Virgin Islands National Park - a national park in the Virgin Islands having tropical plants and animalsVirgin Islands National Park - a national park in the Virgin Islands having tropical plants and animals; sandy beaches and coral reefs
Virgin Islands - a group of islands in northeastern West Indies (east of Puerto Rico) discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493; owned by United States and Britain
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Virgin Islands National Park's 10,000 acres of land and 5,000 acres of water (and adjacent Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument) constitute a Caribbean paradise, with reefs teeming with life, pristine white beaches, isolated bays, tropical forests, and pre-Columbian Caribe Indian petroglyphs.
Visitors to Virgin Islands National Park, California's Channel Islands, and Florida's Biscayne Bay all have the opportunity to see the dazzling light show for themselves.

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