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808 20 degrees C. It is a weird feeling, walking around on a super volcano, ad- miring all the geysers and boiling mud pots. There is so much to discover in Yellowstone. As soon as a few cars sim- ply stop on the road, you can be sure that a wild animal had been sighted or that one of the hot springs is spouting water. It is said that all of America would be completely buried under the magma, should this super volcano ever erupt. We had not seen any bears on our trip so far, but plenty of bison, an amazing number of deer and wapitis, a few elks and a lone wolf. The howling of coyotes accompanied our sleep at night, and chipmunks shared our breakfast. Hum- mingbirds abound here, like blackbirds

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