Glacier National Park is a strange and beautiful natural scenic area. It has rugged towering mountains and many ice lakes, including the one hundred mile Argentine lake. At the confluence of the three glaciers at the far end of the lake, milky gray ice water poured down, and huge ice like a small dome rushed into the lake with a thunderous thunder.
The Argentine Glacier National Park is composed of mountainous lakes. It includes a snow-covered area in the South Andes and many glaciers that originate from the Patagonian ice sheet. The eastern Andes are generally abundant in glaciers. With an area of 14,000 square kilometers, the Patagonia Icefield is the largest snow-covered area except Antarctica. It covers about half of the park and has 47 glaciers, of which 13 flow to the Atlantic Ocean. There are about 200 glaciers in the park with an area of less than three square kilometers, all of which are independent of large ice fields. Glacier activities are mainly concentrated in two lakes. In fact, these two lakes are themselves the products of ancient glacier activities. In 1937, this area was classified as a protected area for the first time under Argentina s Decree 105433. On April 28, 1945, the construction of Glacier National Park broke ground. On October 11, 1971, the scope of the current Glacier National Park was of ficially limited. In 1981, it was listed as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.
The glaciers in the Glacier National Park in Argentina are fascinating, and it is a double enjoyment of sight and hearing. The glaciers you see, as you can imagine: giant ice like a giant wall, spreads like a valley, and the surrounding mist rises, it is spectacular. The glacier is 4 kilometers long and about 150 feet high. The park management office offers two different viewing paths. One path is to carry tourists to a height of 300 meters by a huge crane. At this time, huge glaciers seem to be imminent, and some icebergs float past you. The front of the glacier is incredibly steep, and the interior of the glacier has suffered a lot of breaks due to the tremendous pressure. Looking from a distance, the whole glacier appears a dark blue tone. The second path is heading towards the glacier. From a precipice, the park s service agency has set up several sidewalks in this area so that you can enjoy the magnificent scenery of different parts. The greater advantage of the sidewalk is th at it allows visitors to observe the scenery at the bottom of the glacier and as close as possible to the front of the glacier. Unfortunately over the years, several tourists have been killed by the collapsed ice bodies and the huge air waves they generate.
The amazing thing about the Luan Glacier is its infinite change. The glacier moves about 30 centimeters per day on average. This distance doesn t sound too far, and even the snails in the yard can t spend this long time. However, after ten minutes of observation, you will hear a loud noise, and the next piece of ice the size of a car will fall to the sea; after one hour of continuous observation, a large piece of ice the size of a house will likely fall. Icebergs can often drift downstream for miles before they melt. Few of the world s cultural heritages can be moved. They just exist, but Glacier National Park is an exception.
The vegetation of the Argentine Glacier National Park is mainly composed of two distinctly divided vegetation groups: the sub-Antarctic forest and the steppe. The main species in the forest include beech trees in the south, fake beech trees in Antarctica, late sakura plants, saxifraga plants, and cool chestnut plants. Starting from the east, the Patagonian steppe has a large stinging bush with strewn small shrubs. The semi-desert areas above 1000 meters are covered with xerophyte mat grasses, and the higher western regions are composed of snow -covered foothills and glaciers.
There is also news that in addition to birds, there are other spines living in Argentina s Glacier National Park. Among mammals, a group of equine camels in South Andes live in areas where other animals do not. Other important vertebrates are llamas, Argentine gray foxes, Australian skunks, etc. There are more than 100 species of birds recorded in the park, among which the more famous species are Enceladus, Andean condor, wild duck, and black necked bird.