#Yellowstone

News | News

How a 1960s discovery in Yellowstone made millions of COVID-19 PCR tests possible

The science behind COVID-19 PCR tests can be traced back to two microbiologists' discovery in the hot springs of Yellowstone National Park.

News | News

Yellowstone visitor banned for cooking chickens in thermal hot spring

A man from Idaho has been temporarily banned from Yellowstone National Park after pleading guilty to charges stemming from an Aug. 7 outing, during which he was found cooking chickens in a thermal geyser.

News | Animal Links

Grizzly Bears on Threatened List Again

Court reverses agency action that cited a rising population

Pets & Animals | Other Kinds Of Animals

How 31 Alberta wolves changed the natural balance of Yellowstone National Park

An eco-experiment that started with 14 Alberta wolves being introduced to Yellowstone National Park has shown just how powerful the laws of nature really are.

Pets & Animals | Other Kinds Of Animals

Yellowstone's wolves are back, but they haven't restored the park's ecosystem. Here's why.

Nearly 25 years after wolves were reintroduced, the predators have helped parts of the park bounce back but haven't completely restored Yellowstone.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Hot times at Yellowstone: huge magma chamber found deeply buried

By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Deep beneath Yellowstone National Park, one of the world's most dynamic volcanic systems, lies an enormous, previously unknown reservoir of hot, partly molten rock big enough to fill up the Grand Cany

Politics | Politics

Russian analyst says to nuke Yellowstone - Business Insider

In his article, Konstantin Sivkov justifies the "complete destruction of the enemy [the West]" and describes what "one day without America," would look like.