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The climate in Kentucky ranges from 23 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit in spring, and 59 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit in summer. In fall, it ranges from 38 to 74 degrees Fahrenheit. And lastly, it ranges from 21 to 45 degrees in winter.
This dot represents Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky's most famous national park.
This is the location of another National Park, it is called, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park.
This dot does not represent a national park, but a national forest, in fact, it represents Daniel Boone National Forest.
This dot shows Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area.
This dot represents the largest city in Kentucky, Lexington. Lexington has a population of about 308,428 people.
This dot shows the second largest city in Kentucky, Louisville. The population is estimated to be about 253,128 people.
This dot shows the third largest city in Kentucky, Bullitt County, it's population is about 76,854 people.
This dot shows the fourth largest city in Kentucky, Bowling Green. It haas an estimated population of about 61,488 people.
Finally, this dot shows the 5th largest city in Kentucky, Owensboro. It has an estimated population of 58,416 residents.
This shows the location of the Kentucky Horse Park, a fun places to visit.
This is the location of Newport Aquarium, an aquaruium full of marine life.
Kentucky makes it's money by growing tobacco, corn, and soybeans, they also mine for coal.i
This location is part of Kentucky's geography, it is known as the Jackson Purchase.
This is territory is known as the Western Corn Fields.
This land is known as the Mississippi plateau.
This land is known as the Cumberland Plateau.
This land is the Inner Bluegrass.
This land is the Outer Bluegrass.
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