What is the largest national park in the world?

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    At 375,000 square miles, or 972,000 square kilometers, Northeast Greenland National Park is the largest National Park in the world.

     

    To give you a little bit of a point of reference, Yellowstone National Park is only about 3,468 square miles, or 8,983 square kilometers! That means that Greenland National Park is about 100 times larger than Yellowstone!

     

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