This is a picture of me next to a statue of Albert Einstein in Jackson which is the last place stayed before entering the park.
This is a picture of me at Yellowstone lake on the last night that we were there by a beach below the store.
Yellowstone is known for its geothermal features
Geothermal is geology because it involves magma and different types of rock and formations and geology is science. Some of the features with the geothermal activity is geysers, hot springs, paint pots, and mud pots. In some parts of the park there are only hot springs and not any geysers because they don't have the right things to erupt. In another part there are only mud pots which smell terrible because it's boiling mud. This is the only place where there are this many geothermal features because most others have been destroyed or used to make energy. The only other one in the U.S is in Utah.
Yellowstone has a lot of plants and wildlife which is biology
2. How do geysers shoot up?
3. How do hot springs not erupt like geysers if they're connected to the same underground system?
4. How is there so many hot springs and geysers?