How Was Old Faithful Formed?

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Old Faithful is the world's most famous geyser. Old Faithful was formed from a hot spot. The ground beneath Old Faithful got too hot and blew a hole through the Earth. This hole is now a geyser. When the temperature gets too hot underground, steam shoots out the hole to relieve pressure that has built up due to the heat. Old Faithful has a temperature of 199 degrees. The geyser erupts in intervals of 30-120 minutes and the eruption usually lasts between 1.5 and 5 minutes.
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Old Faithful was formed by a hot spot. It can be found in Wyoming, in Yellowstone National Park in the United States. Old Faithful is the world's most famous geyser.
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