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Report 1855: Beartooth Corridor and Yellowstone National Park

By teaberry from USA, Summer 2010

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Page 7 of 12: Nature's playground

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Hot Spring Terraces, at Mammoth Hot Springs

Some of natureís weirdest geothermal formations can be found throughout the park. Geysers, hot boiling springs, and mud volcanoes all spew their steam, heat, and sulfurous gases, creating some of the strangest and most beautiful topography Iíve ever seen. Most of these phenomena are accessible via boarded walks. You canít walk on the ground, though Ė itís too hot and too unstable.

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