Where the Bison Roam
Act 1, Scene 4, Page 47 of 47
Oh, they’re much more than that, Inspector! However, it’s also a fact that people come from around the world to see Yellowstone’s hot springs and geysers.
Of course, now that you know how important these areas are to the park’s wildlife, you can understand that many animals prefer to remain in the thermal areas year round. In the summer, wildlife frequently comes into contact with people, which can lead to trouble! Visitors can help by keeping a safe distance from animals and by remembering that hydrothermal areas can be dangerous! They can help by remembering that the thermal areas are unique habitats, full of rich and varied life. This spectacular country is Rosie’s home!
Now, about that winter activity report…
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