The state of Wyoming has many important bodies of water, including Yellowstone Lake, Bighorn River, Belle Fourche River, and Bighorn Lake.
Wyoming is the state that was named after a valley in Pennsylvania where an Indian massacre occurred. Wyoming is an Indian word for valley.
The Devils Tower is a US National Monument located in the Black Hills of Wyoming. It is just under a mile in height.
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yes there are bodies of water in wyoming
Wyoming does not have any bodies of water that form its borders. The Flaming Gorge Reservoir crosses the border between Wyoming and Utah. There are various other small lakes and many rivers which also cross the border of Wyoming with other states.
There are no significant bodies of water within 200 miles of Cheyenne.
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Wyoming is called "Big Wyoming", "Cowboy State", and "Equality State".
The name of Wyoming's state flag is: State Flag of Wyoming.
There are no bodies of water surrounding Montana, it is a land locked state.
Wyoming IS a state.
No, Wyoming does not have a state muffin. In fact, Wyoming does not have an official state food.
Wyoming's state flag does not have a nickname. However, the state of Wyoming's official nickname is "The Equality State" which appears on Wyoming's state flag.
The name of the state capitol building in Cheyenne, Wyoming is "Wyoming State Capitol" or "Wyoming State Capitol Building".
Wyoming does not have an official state juice.