How many people were on the Mayflower? And how long did it take for them to get to Plymouth? Get the facts.
From geysers and hot springs, to bison and grizzly bears, Yellowstone National Park offers countless natural wonders.
As the world's first national park, Yellowstone has astonished visitors for over a century. Have the rare chance to see grizzly bears, bison, and a thriving population of grey wolves in their natural habitat. Located primarily in the state of Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park sits atop an enormous, slumbering supervolcano and is home to half of the world's geysers.
Yellowstone National Park was the first national park in the world, and larger than some U.S. states. And 90 percent of the park has barely been touched.
With over half the world's geysers, Yellowstone offers tremendous opportunities to see these geologic wonders in action. Explore the mechanics of geysers, their role in the park's history and what they teach us about the world in which we live.
The Yellowstone supervolcano is one of our planet's restless giants. For scientists, the question is not one of whether it will erupt again, but rather, when. Are there signs this giant is reawakening? Could it erupt in our lifetimes? Discover how geologists are monitoring the pulse of the Yellowstone volcano.
One of the world's largest supervolcanoes erupted 2.1 million years ago in Yellowstone, and then twice more there at intervals of roughly 660,000 years. Are we due for another one soon?
The Peak District is Britain's Original National Park and is there for everyone to enjoy.
The Peak District is Britain's Original National Park, designated in 1951 following decades of campaigning. That passion and enthusiasm continues today.
Anne Ashe, member of the Peak District National Park Authority answers the question 'How will climate change affect the National Park directly?'
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