Boiling water bubbler geyser Yellowstone Park vertical

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Boiling water bubbler Geyser Yellowstone Park. Yellowstone National Park's Norris has some of the world's tallest currently active geyser with major eruptions. A very active geothermal location, very unstable geological earthquake faults. Wildlife watching including elk, bison, moose, deer and elk. Discharge of water is a regular natural phenomena. Rainbow Colors, hissing steam, and pungent odors combine to create an unique environmental experience. Destination for over 3 million visitors and tourists from worldwide locations. Geysers, hot pots and springs, lakes, river and Old Faithful is an international draw for travel destination. Beautiful and powerful environmental geology. Colors are due to geothermal activity and mineral deposits. The Park was created by Ulysses S. Grant in 1872. HD video. Don Despain of Rekindle Photo. 043
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  • Format: mov
  • Codec: prores
  • Resolution: 1080x1920
  • FPS: 29.97
  • Length: 28 seconds
  • File size: 714 MB
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