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Geysers and Springs of Yellowstone

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Turn the sound up, then sit back and relax for footage of geysers and springs in Yellowstone National Park. This National Geographic video shares real-time, slow-motion, and hyper-lapse shots of steam, spouting water, dripping icicles, and bubbling mud pots.

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Also documented with video and sound: Avalanches, snowy mountaintops, rivers, rainbows, and rainbow springs.

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