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Balmorhea State Park

Updated on November 16, 2011

Balhorhea State Park

Balhorhea State Park is located four miles west of the small Texas town of Balhorhea, which was name after three surnames: Balcom, Moore, and Rhea. Balmorhea State Park covers about 45.9 acres in the foothill of Davis Mountains and it was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps between the years 1936 to 1941.

It have the pool that is spring feed by the San Solomon Spring, have a temperature of 72 degree all year round and it is home to endangered animal that include pup fish who job it is to reduced the mosquito population by eating their larvae.


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Those fishes happen to be Pupfish and they are found in Balmorhea State Park. They are good for keeping the Mosquito population down by eating their larvaes. The bad thing is that the Federal Government have put them on the endangered list.
Those fishes happen to be Pupfish and they are found in Balmorhea State Park. They are good for keeping the Mosquito population down by eating their larvaes. The bad thing is that the Federal Government have put them on the endangered list.
Those fishes happen to be Pupfish and they are found in Balmorhea State Park. They are good for keeping the Mosquito population down by eating their larvaes. The bad thing is that the Federal Government have put them on the endangered list.

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      stars439 7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      nice hub. God Bless