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Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver, Canada.

A park is a protected area, usually in its natural or semi-natural state and set aside for some purpose, often to do with human recreation. The natural state consists of various interdependent elements: minerals, rocks, soil types, water, flora and fauna.

Wilderness parks are intact and undeveloped areas used mainly by wild species. Many parks are legally protected by law, with enforcement agencies to ensure the laws are followed.

Large protected wilderness zones are required for some wild species to survive. Some protected parks focus mainly on the survival of a few threatened species. Before many areas are over developed by human activity, new parks are made to protect some of the last remaining wilderness areas on Earth.

In large industrial cities, park preserve a sense of nature in the otherwise made. Sporting activity are a major use for these (sub)urban parks. Many parks will even have a playground.

Parks and spanking[edit]

A (sub)urban park could be the scene of a on the spot disciplinary spanking in child spanking art, possibly with even switch made right there.

But a wilderness park being slightly more remote or large enough to have the possibility of being disturbed by someone else, adult spankos might go to have an outdoors scene.

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