February 28, 2015
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Mammoth Hot Springs are always growing, taking over nearby trees and leaving only dead trunks. The terraces build up one layer at a time, creating pools.
Sept. 5, 2010 in Idaho Voices on Page I5
The gift shop at Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel is one of a kind. Who would ever think that bison dung would be a product to purchase in a national park? …
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