Yellowstone National Park has one of the world?s most stunning natural landscapes. Tourists flock from all over the world to view its incredible wildlife and geo-thermal features. But there is something amazing about Yellowstone that few people ever notice: its extreme plant life. Join environmental scientist Catherine Zabinski and plant biologist Ylva Lekberg as they explore the unique and unusual flora of the world’s oldest national park. Could these incredible plants hold the key to dealing with the effects of global warming?
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