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THE TETONS AND THE SNAKE RIVER
© National Geographic
The moon bows to the sun as first light strikes the high ridge of the Teton Ran ge. Grand Teton is the highest mountain, on the left side of the setting moon. In the valley below, the Snake River curls through wooded flats that are the feeding areas of the local moose population. The mountains were thrust up along a fault in t he earth's crust about nine million years ago; the valley sloped toward the pea ks.
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