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Yellowstone National Park
Transcript of Yellowstone National Park
Sixty-seven species of mammals live inside yellowstone, including two threatened species: Canada lynx and Grizzly Bear Why Does Yellowstone (and every other national park) Matter? What Careers Are Offered in the National Park Service? To name a few..
..along with many many other options for you to choose from. Yellowstone along with other parks are important for preserving wildlife habitat and protecting it for future generations to see. They protect the natural habitat for hundreds of species of animals throughout the world. The End Just Kidding Yellowstone lake is also 136 square miles of aquatic wildlife habitat. With 5 species of trout and about 20 other species of other fish. The lake is the perfect fishing destination for the fishmen looking for a good time. (Espcially if you teach highschoolers) Roughly 20 species of birds also use the lake for food and habitat. What About the Geysers? Yellowstone is home to roughly 10,000 thermal features, 500 of which are geysers. Molten rock flows about 3-5 miles beneath the surface which heats the water on the surface, thus creating the thermal activity we see today. The four basic types of thermal features present in the Park are geysers, hot springs, fumaroles, and mudpots. Many of these are concentrated in Yellowstone’s major geyser basins: Upper, Midway, Lower, Norris, West Thumb, Shoshone and Heart Lake. What are Hot Springs, Fumaroles, and Mudpots? A Hot spring is similar to geyser but has more surface area, allowing heat to cirrculate.
Mudpot are areas where water-saturated sediment (similar to clay) is affected by super-heated steam below. Rising steam forces its way upwards through the mud and ground water, bursting upwards sending showers of mud into the air
Fumaroles are cracks in the crust where super-heated steam forces its way up into the air. Usually making a hissing noise. And Now... The End! What Kinds of Animals are Found at Yellowstone? There are at least 50 species of small mammals and 318 species of birds in the park today. There are also big mammals in Yellowstone:
Mountain Goats and Lions
Mule Deer and White-tailed Deer
And finally the Gray Wolf We Hope You Liked The Prezi Mr. Speth!