26 Interesting Facts About Montana, United States | OhFact!
Montana is the fourth largest and one of the nine Mountain States in the Northwestern region of the United States. It boasts of numerous rivers, diverse flora and fauna, myriad terrains and ever-changing climatic conditions. Listed below are some lesser-known facts about this land of natural beauty. Image: pixabay. Spanish Origin. It is one of the nine mountainous states in the Western United States and is home to 64 mountain ranges.
Montana: State Seal. Animal: Grizzly Bear. Bird: Western Meadowlark.
Giant Springs, courtesy Russell Country Montana. The largest snowflake ever observed was 38 cm wide was recorded in Montana on January 28, Montana holds the world record for the greatest temperature change in 24 hours.