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About the National Park of American Samoa:
- Located south of the equator and over 2,500 miles from Hawaii, the National Park of American Samoa is comprised of three volcanic islands.
- The park covers 13,500 acres; 4,000 of which is underwater. A rain forest that consists of five distinctive communities covers most of the land.
- The park is home to the Samoan fruit bat. An herbivore that dines on mostly fruits, it has a wingspan of over two feet and weighs around a pound. This species is threatened due to loss of habitat and hunting.