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Montana Facts

Glacier National Park Montana
Glacier National Park Montana

Introduction - Montana

From antelope to pelicans to golden eagles, grizzly bears and moose, the state of Montana is a wildlife mecca located in the western region of the United States. Montana borders the states of North Dakota, Idaho, South Dakota and Wyoming in addition to sharing a border with Canada to the north. What makes this state so unique is that since the majority of counties in Montana average about six people per square mile each, the antelope, deer and elk actually outnumber the human population in Montana. Find out more interesting facts and information about Montana including who the first inhabitants of Montana were, when Montana became a state and where you can find one of the most scenic drives in America. The facts below are listed in a kid-friendly format so finding information is easy!

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