December 2006
Weekly Reader News - Senior;12/15/2006, Vol. 85 Issue 14, p2
The article presents information on Yellowstone National Park. The park was established in 1872 and is the oldest national park in the U.S. It is located in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho and gets packed with tourists during summer. The article also presents a picture of a grizzly cub playing outdoors that was featured in the PBS television show "Nature."


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