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ABOVE: Every year during spring break, prime specimens of migrating wild life wash up on the shores of Lake Havasu, engage in a feeding frenzy, visit local watering holes, and practice their breeding techniques.


The warm sands and balmy air of Arizona attract many thousands of scantily clad college students to Lake Havasu every spring. For two weeks they convene at copper canyon for a carefree fortnight of boating, partying, casino gaming and other adult activities.

Lake Havasu Spring Break is not only a popular annual event, but an increasingly desirable spectator sport.

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Shown below is a map of Arizona, a U.S. state located in the southwestern region of the United States.

Arizona is bordered by the states of California (on the west), Nevada (on the west), Utah (on the north) and New Mexico (on the east), as well as the International border of Mexico to the south.

Arizona is the 6th largest state in the U.S., with a total land area of about 114,000 square miles.

The state is home to about 6.4 million people.

Important Arizona cities include Phoenix (the state capital and largest city), as well as Tucson, Flagstaff, Sedona, Winslow and Yuma, among others.

Arizona has a number of professional sports teams, and is a popular location for spring training in Major League Baseball.

Arizona is famous for its cactus-covered landscape and arid climate, although the state also features mountainous regions and pine forests.

The most popular tourist attraction in the state of Arizona is, of course, the Grand Canyon.

Some of Arizona's other awe-inspiring natural wonders are Havasu Canyon, the Painted Desert, the Petrified Forest and the Rainbow Bridge, to name only a few.


Arizona has the largest area of Ponderosa pines in the world.

The biggest meteor crater in America is located near Winslow. It measures 4,150 feet across, and is 570 feet deep.

Before European explorers arrived, Arizona was populated by Navajo and Apache Indian tribes.

Arizona's most famous natives include Geronimo (Apache warrior), Barry Goldwater (former U.S. Senator), Stevie Nicks (singer) and Kerri Strugg (Olympic Gymnastics gold medalist).

A fish species called the Arizona trout is found only in Arizona.

Arizona residents do not observe daylight savings time, except within the Navajo Nation.

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