The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a beautiful landscape that is rich in biodiversity with thousands of different species inhabiting the park. You can enjoy the wonders of the forest and a range of temperatures for whatever you are looking for. Learning about the vast wildlife in this park will show you a side to nature you would never think of. It will also drive you to be more protective of nature as you will see the multiple endangered species that are in the park. It is also critical to protect all levels of the food chain because as it is seen with our keystone species, the brown bear, removing one species can cause a major effect in the entire environment. The predatory relationship between the brown bear and the many other animals in the park is necessary to the balance and travel of energy throughout the park. Even if someone has visited this park once there is no reason not to come again, because not only is the park huge and you will be able to explore different areas, but you will also be able to see brand new areas of growth as succession causes the life in the park to change and it may just be a new experience for even the most avid eco tourists. This park has been a huge eco tourist destination and will remain to be for the future to come.