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The Yellowstone National Park is not only famous for its abundant wildlife and interesting geographical features, but also for its impressive man-made structures. One of the park?s architectural features is the Fishing Bridge Museum, a member of the so-called ?trailside museums? inside the park. The museum employs the National Park Service ?Rustic? style or commonly referred to as ?parkitecture?. Built in 1931, this building is the largest among the historically registered Norris, Madison and Fishing Bridge Museums.

The museum is located at the northern tip of the Yellowstone Lake. The museum contains stuffed birds and animals found locally in Yellowstone Park. Such stuffed birds include the bird specimens of Carl Russell. Other main highlights of the museum are stuffed grizzly bear with two cubs and a family of otters.
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