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Lower Falls - Yellowstone

Lower Falls - Yellowstone

The Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River is the most inspiring of the waterfalls in Yellowstone National Park. It is 308 ft. high, and thunders through the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. It is certainly a must see for all visitors to the park...
-http://www.waterfallswest.com/wy-lower-yellowstone-falls.html
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Artist Point at Yellowstone NP

Artist Point at Yellowstone NP

This is a great spot to view the 308 feet lower falls at Yellowstone NP. The best way to use this placemark is to fly to the spot and then tilt the map so you're looking up the canyon. You will see the lower falls in the distance. The color of the canyon walls is where Yellowstone got its name.
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Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone NP, WY

Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone NP, WY

The geyser Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
Rating of 3.2509/01/20051,224Google Earth Logo
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Yellowstone Geysers

Yellowstone Geysers


Yellowstone geysers.
Rating of 3.507/21/20052,675Google Earth Logo
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Grand Prismatic Sprig

Grand Prismatic Sprig

Hot water spring in Yellowstone
Rating of 3.208/24/2005909Google Earth Logo
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Midway Geyser, Grand Prismatic, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Midway Geyser, Grand Prismatic, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Midway Geyser, Grand Prismatic, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Rating of 3.41666666610/14/20051,798Google Earth Logo
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Grand Tetons

Grand Tetons

Mountain range outside Yellowstone Park. Famously, featured in movie Shane.
Rating of 307/21/2005909Google Earth Logo
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Porcelain Basin - Yellowstone

Porcelain Basin - Yellowstone

Porcelain Basin, part of Norris Geyser Basin, is home to Whirligig Geyser, known for its helicopter blade like noises.
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Landslide Buries Valley of the Geysers, 11 June 2007

Landslide Buries Valley of the Geysers, 11 June 2007

Geysers are a rare natural phenomena found only in a few places, such as New Zealand, Iceland, the United States (Yellowstone National Park), and on Russia’s far eastern Kamchatka Peninsula. On June 3, 2007, one of these rare geyser fields was severely damaged when a landslide rolled through Russia’s Valley of the Geysers. The landslide—a mix of mud, melting snow, trees, and boulders—tore a sca...
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Bison Preserve, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

Bison Preserve, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

As part of the effort to prevent the extermination of the largest land mammal of North America, San Francisco began a captive breeding program in 1891. Originally, the herd began with the purchase of a "family": one cow named Madame Sarah Bernhardt and a bull named Ben Harrison, from Wyoming and Kansas, respectively. Their paddock was located just east of the present-day Academy of Sciences and...
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Chinese Wall Montana

Chinese Wall Montana

One of the most spectacular sights in the Bob Marshall is the Chinese Wall. Also known as the Lewis Overthrust, this wall is the result of the geologic upheaval in which Montana split "wide open" from Glacier Park on the north nearly to Yellowstone Park on the south. As the earth's crust split, the west side tipped up like a roof; the east side slid under the "roof" for near...
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