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YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK

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Transcript of YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK

First explorers arrived in the region
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
TOURIST ATTRACTION
GEYSER(old faithful)
HOT SPRIGS
WATERFALL
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
Most of Yellowstone National Park is on the top of an active volcano.
Yellowstone National Park is the first national park in the world.
It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The volcano last erupted half a milion years ago
The scientists don't predict another eruption soon.
There are hundred of species of animals and birds, including:
grizzly
bears
coyotes
eagles
elk
Many of the trees are more than 200 years old.
The area of Yellowstone Park is 8,983 km2.
Over 3 million people visit the park every year
LOCATION
Yellowstone National Park is in the north-west of the USA.
Yellowstone National Park
Wyoming
Montana
Idaho
The park is covered for:
5%: WATER(including Yellowstone Lake and waterfalls).
15%: GRASSLAND
80%: FOREST
HISTORY
200 Years ago:
They were amazed by the landscape and animals
Convinced the US president to create the national park to protect its wildlife and geology
INHABITANTS
For 11,000 years, Native Americans lived in the region.
Caught fish
Hunted animals
Used hot water
Cooking
Washing
First Eureopean Explorers arrived
There are hundred of species of animals and birds, including:

Today Yellowstone is a top tourist attraction and an important area wildlife conservation.




There are wildlife conservation projects to project the animals, birds, insects and plants in the park for all of us to see today and tomorrow.

YELLOWSTONE TODAY
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