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How to use the “C” in Cheaha State Park

A park ranger told MSNBC he has a question for those who visit Cheaha: Why are there no animals?

The ranger, who asked to remain anonymous, says it’s the first time he’s ever seen animals.

Cheaha is a park in the state of Arkansas, and is part of a national park system that includes a national wildlife refuge and a national monument.

The ranger said park rangers were working to remove invasive plants that were in bloom at the park’s entrance.

He said they’re hoping to remove more of the plants, but he’s concerned about invasive species like raccoons.

Cheahas wildlife is protected, but wildlife can still be hurt by those plants.