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The most pristine areas, such as the Walls of Jericho at the upper end of Paint Rock Valley and Bee Branch in Bankhead Forest's Sipsey Wilderness (which contains one 500-year-old tulip poplar that rises 150 feet off the forest floor) can take away the breath of an intrepid hiker not only from the exertion necessary to reach the sights, but for the sheer beauty and grandeur of the landscape.

Soils contain similar diversity, ranging northward from the sandy Coastal Plain, up through the thin layer of fertile soils in the Wiregrass, into the counties of the Black Belt (with their mixture of sandy, grey and bluish, loamy prairie soil that turns a dull, grey charcoal or ashy black when wet), to the rocky soils of the Piedmont, and finally to the rich alluvial lands of the Tennessee Valley.

Because multiple geological and topographical features intersect in the state (ranging from the Appalachian mountain chain in the northeast to the East Gulf Coastal Plain in the south), the state boasts a rich diversity of physiographic features and, consequently, among the greatest biological and geological diversity to be found in the United States.

Rich in mineral wealth and flowing water, the state's historic poverty cannot be attributed to lack of natural resources.

Alabama has not only the most diverse freshwater aquatic life of any state but also the highest extinction rate.

As a result, the state contains the fossil remains of more ancient sea creatures and plants than any other state, dating back hundreds of millions of years.They ranged from huge stands of mountain longleaf pine that grew amidst an open grassy understory to extensive and dense hardwood forests.The longleaf pine—unique for its dense core used for naval stores, lumber, railroad ties, and "heart-pine" floors—once constituted the most extensive ecosystem in North America (90 million acres); that acreage has now shrunk to less than 3 million.Within its borders, Alabama has more than 190 mineral types, many of which played key roles in the state's industrialization (coal, iron ore, limestone, clays, chalk, marble, quartz, copper, gold, and graphite).Forests covered the entire state when humans first arrived.As both agriculture and then heavy manufacturing declined, and as Birmingham and Montgomery were paralyzed by racial conflict, the state lost its long challenge to lead the "New South" into modernization and national leadership.