Things You Never Knew About Death Valley
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Death Valley is an area shrouded in mystery. Unless you're an avid traveler or a national parks buff, you might not know a lot about this famous national park. Located on the border of California and Nevada, the park sees over one million visitors every year. But what is it about this hot, sweltering place that draws so many people to visit? Why exactly is it called Death Valley? It's easy to see that there's more to the desert than meets the eye. Here are five things you probably didn't know about Death Valley.