Lamar Valley by Jacob W. Frank/NPS (Wyoming photo spot)

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Lamar Valley - Photo by Jacob W. Frank/NPS

Located in the northeastern corner of the park, the Lamar Valley, along the Lamar River, it is often called America’s Serengeti for its large and easy-to-see populations of large animals. Among its most famous inhabitants are the Junction Butte and Lamar Canyon wolf packs. In addition to wolves, other animals roaming the Lamar include large herds of bison, pronghorn, badgers, grizzly bears, bald eagles, osprey, deer, and coyotes. Many pullouts line the road, so keep your eyes peeled and park in the nearest one if you see any active wildlife. (Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA)

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