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Yellowstone Panoramic Picture

Yellowstone Panoramic Picture

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This panorama of Yellowstone National Park, located in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, is America's first national park. A worldwide favorite attraction in the park is Old Faithful Geyser, shown erupting 106 to 184 feet in the air. Since its formal discovery in 1870, Old Faithful has been one of the more predictable geysers and erupts an average of 17 times per day, every day. The nozzle-shaped cone in the foreground is Beehive Geyser, erupting sporadically at intervals ranging from 10 hours to 5 days. The river dividing the grassy area from the moonscape terrain is Firehole River. Pictured right of center in the background is Old Faithful Inn.
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Yellowstone Panoramic Pictures

Yellowstone Park panoramic pictures capture the amazing natural beauty of what is believed to be the first-established national park in the world, a large region spanning over 3,400 square miles that contains excellent geothermal features, ecological systems, and bountiful wildlife. Yellowstone panoramic pictures in actuality capture the beauty of the gigantic Yellowstone Caldera, which is the largest supervolcano on the North American continent. The park experiences as many as 3,000 earthquakes in some years, even measuring up to 7.5 magnitude, although most are undetectable to humans.

Lower Falls is a common area featured in many Yellowstone Park panoramas, and is the home to one of the Yellowstone River's famous waterfalls. At 308 feet in height, the Lower Falls is nearly twice as high as Niagara Falls. There are a remarkable number of other waterfalls throughout the region, with over 290 waterfalls at least 15 feet high located all throughout the Yellowstone National Park system.

As the jewel of the 20 million acre Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, photos of Yellowstone National Park show one of the largest areas of pristine wilderness in the United States, and is the largest intact ecosystem remaining in the world. Yellowstone panoramas show one of the most popular National Parks in the U.S., which is visited by more than 2 million people annually.

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