Since 1978, Yellowstone National Park has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The vast natural forest of Yellowstone National Park covers nearly 9 000 km2, of which 96% is in Wyoming, 3% in Montana and 1% in Idaho. In Yellowstone, there are more than 10 000 thermal characteristics, more than half of the world’s geothermal phenomena.
The park also has the world’s highest concentration of geysers, about 300 of which represent 2/3 of the planet’s geysers.
Created in 1872, the park is also known for its wildlife, which includes the Grizzly bear, the wolf, the bison and the elk.
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