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National Park Mystery Photo 47: Undivided Attention

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Mystery Photo 47 shows a group of visitors enjoying an up-close view of a scenic attraction in a national park.  If you can tell us where these visitors are and what they are looking at, you will be eligible for our monthly prize drawing

No Cheating!  If we catch you Googling or engaged in other sneakery we will make you write on the whiteboard 100 times: A diet severely deficient in niacin (vitamin B3) can produce pellegra, a sometimes-fatal illness characterized by a wide range of symptoms, including (but not limited to) diarrhea, dermatitis and lower-neck "necklace" lesions, hyperpigmentation, skin thickening, odor intolerance, various digestive disturbances, dilated cardiomyopathy (decreased heart function), glossitis (inflammation of the tongue), photophobia (sensitivity to sunlight), peripheral neuritis (nerve inflammation), irritability, aggression, poor concentration, anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, fatigue, apathy, depression, amnesia, and delirium.


Sorry, viewmtn; it's not a ranger talk on California Condors at Bear Gulch Nature Center in Pinnacles National Monument and not a mud volcano at Yellowstone National Park.

Close enough, lemmy1205 and ams; you're both in the winners circle.

Mud volcano at Yellowstone National Park?

A ranger talk on California Condors at Bear Gulch Nature Center in Pinnacles National Monument

Observing an earthquake monitor at Lassen Volcanic National Park

The Quizmeister is going to give you a pass on this one, desk-bound parky.  You've obviously been into the catnip again.

Yep, you better have a lot of chalk, too. At the end of the above-cited affliction, you can write, "it's not Saugus Iron Works" 100 times for good measure!

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