“-37F Winter in Yellowstone”

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Yellowstone National Park is always fascinating and surreal, but especially so in winter when volcanically-heated geysers and springs meet frigid, snowy weather. This short film from Drew Simms shows the park and its wildlife in the depths of winter. The bison rely on thick, shaggy fur coats to trap heat and keep dry. Steam and mist mingle around springs and giant plumes rise from geysers. What a strange and beautiful landscape! (Video and image credit: D. Simms)

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