Yellowstone Falls


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Yellowstone Falls

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(Placename) a waterfall in NW Wyoming, in Yellowstone National Park on the Yellowstone River

Yel′lowstone Falls′


n.pl.
two waterfalls of the Yellowstone River, in Yellowstone National Park: upper falls, 109 ft. (33 m) high; lower falls, 308 ft. (94 m) high.
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Considered one of the most scenic Western rivers, the Yellowstone starts in northwestern Wyoming and flows through Yellowstone National Park, creating the famous Yellowstone Falls.
And here we sit, over the Yellowstone Falls now, weary, after more than eight hours in the air, of the puffs of marshmallow through the windowpane, the concept of flight dulled by the many trips of our past.
Students also selected a photo from a large postcard collection of Yosemite and Yellowstone falls to study.
Since then, the geological wonderland of Yellowstone National Park has become u major tourist attraction, and each year us many us three million visitors flock to experience its myriad attractions--geothermal phemomena, petrified forests, a diversity of wildlife and spectacular natural features such as Yellowstone Falls (pictured).
Yellowstone Falls, a variety of geothermal features, and even Old Faithful are among the exciting locations we visit during the day.
And Dad's Bird Trickle, a micro-version of Yellowstone Falls intended to water the local house finches and provide some white noise to drown out the sound of distant traffic.

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