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    [Name]: The Big Hollow
    [Image]:
    [Date]: November 1980
    [Location]: Laramie41°18′48″N 105°43′17″W / 41.313209°N 105.721307°W / 41.313209; -105.721307
    [County]: Albany
    [Ownership]: federal, private
    [Description]: A large wind eroded deflection basin.

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    [Name]: Red Canyon
    [Image]: Red Canyon Road and Rim.jpg
    [Date]: November 1980
    [Location]: Lander42°40′20″N 108°39′29″W / 42.672087°N 108.658175°W / 42.672087; -108.658175
    [County]: Fremont
    [Ownership]: federal, state, private
    [Description]: A canyon exposing a number of sedimentary formations as well as 10,000 years of human habitation.

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    [Name]: Sand Creek
    [Image]: Sand Creek NNL.jpg
    [Date]: December 1984
    [Location]: 40°59′49″N 105°46′14″W / 40.99694°N 105.77056°W / 40.99694; -105.77056 (Sand Creek)
    [County]: Albany
    [Ownership]: federal, state, private
    [Description]: The most spectacular examples of cross-bedded sandstone and "topple blocks" in North America. NNL area extends across Colorado border.

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    [Name]: Crooked Creek Natural Area
    [Image]:
    [Date]: 1966
    [Location]:
    [County]: Big Horn
    [Ownership]: federal (Bighorn National Forest)
    [Description]: A rich source of fossils of Early Cretaceous land vertebrates.

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    [Name]: Como Bluff
    [Image]: Como Bluff.jpg
    [Date]: May 1966, November 1973
    [Location]: Rock River41°52′53″N 106°04′34″W / 41.881384°N 106.076217°W / 41.881384; -106.076217
    [County]: Albany
    [Ownership]: federal, state, private
    [Description]: A ridge noted for multiple significant fossil discoveries from the late Jurassic of the Mesozoic Era.

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    [Name]: Two Ocean Pass
    [Image]:
    [Date]: October 1965
    [Location]: Teton Wilderness44°02′35″N 110°10′30″W / 44.04293°N 110.17495°W / 44.04293; -110.17495
    [County]: Teton
    [Ownership]: federal (Bridger-Teton National Forest)
    [Description]: A pass located on the continental divide. Here, at a place called Parting of the Waters, North Two Ocean Creek splits into its two distributaries which form the headwaters of Pacific Creek and Atlantic Creek. Waters from these two creeks ultimately flow the Pacific and Atlantic ocean drainages, respectively.

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Wyoming is in the rocky mountains of the western United States. The outline of the state is approximately square. Montana to the north, South Dakota and Nebraska to the east, Colorado to the South, Utah to the southwest and Idaho to the West. With an area of 2,535,96km, it is the 9th largest in the 50 states. Population 515004(2006). The capital, Cheyenne, is in the southeast corner of the state. The name comes from an Indian word meaning “prairie” or “mountain and valley. ”.

Early nomadic lands. 1743 Spanish and French explorers arrived one after the other. 1807 Lewis and Cluck, members of the John Kerr expedition to the Yellowstone National Park. Except for yellowstone, of course, Como Bluff, Red Canyon, and Sand Creek are all listed as national natural landmarks. Random tool also generated specific geographical location, coordinates, reference pictures, scenic area description. Interested friends must not miss.

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