Yellowstone National Park Welcomes Record Number of Visitors in Summer Season

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Yellowstone National Park is a vast and iconic national park located primarily in the US state of Wyoming.

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Established on March 1, 1872, Yellowstone is not only the first national park in the United States, but also the first established national park in the world.

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Yellowstone National Park is widely considered to be the cornerstone of the national park system in the United States.

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Key features and attractions of Yellowstone National Park are included.

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Geothermal Features - Yellowstone is home to a large number of geysers, hot springs, fumaroles, and potholes. The most famous of these geothermal features is Old Faithful.

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Yellowstone Caldera - This park is located on top of a huge active super volcano known as Yellowstone Caldera.

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Although it has not erupted for thousands of years, it is closely monitored because of the potential for significant eruptions.

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Wildlife - Yellowstone is abundant in diverse wildlife, including bison, moose, wolves, bears, pronghorn, and a variety of bird species.

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The Lamar Valley is especially famous for its wildlife viewing opportunities.

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Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone - This impressive canyon carved out by the Yellowstone River offers stunning vistas and many picturesque waterfalls, especially the Upper and Lower Falls.

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Outdoor Activities - Yellowstone offers many opportunities for outdoor activities including hiking, camping, fishing, boating and wildlife viewing.

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Grand Prismatic Spring - This vibrant and colorful hot spring is one of the most photographed features in the park due to its stunning rainbow-like appearance.

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