About a thousand known geysers exist worldwide, roughly half of which are in Yellowstone National Park, United States.
About 500 geysers, half of the world’s total number, are located in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. Conditions have to be perfect for geysers to exist and the basins here are optimal, and the Upper Basin here alone contains nearly 180 geysers. Other geysers exist in Siberia, at least 80 in Chile, in Iceland, Nevada, California, Oregon, and Alaska, and several other places throughout the world. As many as two hundred geysers are known to have existed on New Zealand’s North Island, but geothermal developments and a hydroelectric reservoir have destroyed many geysers, leaving only several dozen. Cold-water geysers also exist, but are largely due to man made reasons.
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