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To the north of Chapleau in Ontario, roe deers, black bears and wolves live in the reserve of the same name. The national park of Point-Pelee, on the southernmost point, is world famous for bird watching. On the banks of Hudson Bay and James Bay, the Polar Bear provincial park has more than a thousand polar bears, the largest concentration in the world.

  • Parks , Ontario parkland, Canada , Canada
    Ontario parkland, Canada

    Most Ontarians are within a two-hour drive of one of the province's 330 provincial parks. Almost ten million people visited Ontario's provincial parks in 2011 .

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    Grey Wolf, Ontario, Canada

    The Grey Wolf, sometimes called the Timber Wolf, is estimated to have a population of between 8,000 and 10,000 individuals in the Province of Ontario.

    Philippe Widling / age fotostock
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