One of the wonders of nature is now wonderfully available for viewing on your computer.
The National Park Service has set up a webcam overlooking the field of geysers in Yellowstone National Park that spreads out over parts of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. Much of the time, it's trained on everybody's old favorite, Old Faithful, the geyser that spews super-heated water into the air every 90 minutes.
To see the live webcam, (click here).
The camera is especially handy right now, because the park is exposed to brutal winter weather.
Yellowstone was America's first national park. The basin in which Old Faithful sits is home to nearly 150 of the world's 600 geysers.
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