World Geography Question & Answers
The 'Old Faithful' in Yellow stone National Park, Wyoming is a/an
|A) hot spring||B) extinct volcano|
|C) geyser||D) oak tree|
Geysers are fountains of hot water and superheated steam that erupts with an explosion whereas hotsprings or thermal springs are found where water sinks deep enough the surface to be heated up by the interior forces and it comes out without any explosion. Iceland and New Zealand are the other countries having geysers while hot springs are relatively common.
Subject: World Geography
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