Sunday, May 31, 2009


Geysers are jets of boiling water and steam that erupt from beneath the ground where water is heated by volcanic activity. The name geyser comes from a hot spring called Geysir at Haukadalur, Iceland.
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA has more geysers than anywhere else. There are 500 active ones including Steamboat Geyser, which erupts to a height of 120m, and Old Faithful geyser, which erupts about every 91 minutes. It’s really tremendous to see any Geysers which come out of the ground drastically.

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