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Rhythm of the River

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

The rhythmic flow of Antelope Creek is paused while passing under a fallen lodgepole pine. The creek meanders its way through open meadows and stands of trees before plummeting over nearby Tower Fall. The land along Antelope Creek is used by both grizzly bears and wolves as they travel throughout the high country of Yellowstone.

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