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What does THRO stand for?

THRO stands for Theodore Roosevelt National Park (US National Park Service)

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Also named to the list of the Best National Parks for Families : Yellowstone National Park , Theodore Roosevelt National Park , Voyageurs National Park , Shenandoah National Park ,and Acadia National Park .
The Drive North chronicles Hussong's journey as he travels the country from Mexico to Canada, visiting what Wallace Stegner called "America's best idea," from Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico to Canyonlands in Utah, Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota to Grand Canyon in Arizona.
On April 25, 1947, the Theodore Roosevelt National Park was established on the outskirts of Medora, and it now stands as a living monument honoring the late conservation-minded president.
There are two protected badlands areas in the United States: the South Dakota national park (about 380 square miles) and Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota (about 110 square miles).
For almost the last three years, I've led the charge on behalf of the Boone and Crockett Club to acquire, preserve and protect Elkhorn Ranch, which comprises some 38 square miles immediately adjacent to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park," said Baier.