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Depending on the elevation, Yellowstone receives 150 to 400 inches of snow each year.

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While its intensity is unpredictable, Old Faithful can shoot hot steam and water up to 180 feet into the air approximately every 80 minutes.

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Color is a rare commodity during Yellowstone's winter months.

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With less than 500 reported Bighorn Sheep in the park, we were lucky to see and photograph this beautiful mammal.

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Surprisingly, Trumpeter Swans (Cygnus buccinator) are a rare inhabitant of Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, with less than 100 residents.

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These Bison seem to have no problem enduring Yellowstone's strong winds, heavy snowfall and overall harsh winters.

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Yellowstone's landscape is home to the world's largest collection of geysers.

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Despite this dainty animal stopping to smell the roses, or better yet, possibly eyeing its next meal, this smart Coyote or Canis latrans can easily reach speeds up to 40mph.

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Temperature this day was negative 20 degrees.

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Undisputable, a meal of a vole, mouse or other small animal will be the reward for the Fox' keen hearing (and eyesight). Seen here, this Fox is ready to pouce on an unsuspecting prey...bon appetit.