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The Absaroka Range across the Montana-Wyoming border, and 75 miles at its widest, forming the eastern boundary of Yellowstone National Park along Paradise Valley, and the western side of the Bighorn Basin. The range borders the Beartooth Mountains to the north and the Wind River Range to the south. The northern edge of the range rests along I-90 and Livingston, Montana. The highest peak in the range is Francs Peak, located in Wyoming at 13,153 ft. There are 46 other peaks over 12,000 ft.
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by Grace C. Keroher
From Teton Range eastward at least to middle of Wind River Mountains and north into Absaroka Range, the massive member, the Bighorn dolomite, is overlain by a thin persistent layer, the Leigh dolomite member. The Leigh is commonly 30 ...
by Bill Bryson
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by Douglas M. Considine, Glenn D. Considine
Type locality, Absaroka Range, Wyoming. ABSCESS. A localized collection of pus within a cavity. An abscess may occur in many organs of the body. Abscesses can present a range of symptoms, depending upon location and cause, varying ...
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