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  • Dawn Riazi

    Beautiful Places -- Fly geyser in Nevada

  • Jessica Ramseier

    51 Exotic Places to Visit - Fly Geyser Nevada

  • Montzalee Wittmann

    amazing places in usa | Fly Geyser, located in the Nevada Desert, is a collection of three large, colorful mounds which continually shoot five feet of water straight up into the air.

  • bruce

    Earth, Fly Geyser, Nevada is not an entirely natural phenomenon; it was accidentally created by well drilling in 1964 exploring for sources of geothermal energy. The well may not have been capped incorrectly, or left unplugged, Dissolved minerals started rising and accumulating, creating the travertine mound on which the geyser sits and continues growing. Water is constantly released, reaching 5 feet in the air.

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