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for Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society Vol. 111 Issue 1, Spring 1995
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Statewide, tornadoes are becoming stronger and more numerous, inflicting property destruction, injuries, and death. Between 1963 and 1992, the state averaged 15.3 tornadoes yearly, and in 1991 was ranked 22nd nationally in number of tornadoes.
Sixty-six species of mammals inhabit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Since the data were collected in 1968, two new ones, the hoary bat and the coyote, have been recorded, and two others, the river otter and the red wolf, have been reintroduced.