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Yellowstone Provincial Park

Facts about the Yellowstone National Park and it's landforms.

L.H Huang

on 30 April 2010

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The Yellowstone National Park What is the Yellowstone National Park? What is the importance of the
Yellowstone National Park? The Y.P.S is important to the world
because it became the first national park in 1872 and it also homes many different types of wildlife and plants that are preserved and protected. Examples of wildlife that resides in the Y.P.S includes
grizzly bears, Ducks, and Mooses. Mallard Ducks can be found
in the park Where is the Yellowstone National Park? Gray wolves (Canis Lupus) Is there any danger of the park being
used for building? The Yellowstone National Park is a national park located in the U.S. state of Wyoming. Yellowstone Park became the first national park on March 1, 1872 and is known for it's exotic wildlife and plants with many ecosystems. The park has an area of 3,468 square
miles, including natural landforms such as
lakes, canyons, rivers and
mountain ranges. There are dangers of the park being used for building because of its landforms and wildlife/plants.
What is a Super Volcano? Supervolcano in Yellowstone Park Safety is a major concern for the Yellowstone National Park if it was decided for people to live there. Small children still unable to read warnings may get too close to dangerous landforms such as geysers and could get injured. With the park's popularity, plenty of people would want to live in the park, which would mean that the security would weaken, allowing injuries to occur. Animals and plants in Yellowstone Park
Yellowstone National Park is one of the largest wildlife preserves in the United States. More than 275 species of birds and 50 kinds of other animals resides in Yellowstone Park. The animals of Yellowstone National Park are put at risk if the park was used for building because of things such as:
Being hunted for their fur/bones
The over-population of the park The landforms in Yellowstone National Park can illustrate how violent the Earth can become. St. Helen Toba Yellowstone's super
volcano What is an endangered specie? Why must they be protected? History of Yellowstone National Park
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