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Wyoming is in the western part of the United States. It is the least populated of the all the US states. A large part of Wyoming is covered with mountain ranges, such as the Rockies. The state capital of Wyoming is Cheyenne, which is also the most populated city.
The climate of Wyoming is semi-arid with temperatures of 15°f /–9°c to 38°f/3°c in January, and 55°f /13°c to 82°f / 28°c in July. Rainfall is low at 15 inches per annum in Cheyenne, but with 57 inches of snowfall during the winter months.
A popular location for scuba diving in Wyoming is at Bonneville Seabase, which is a geothermally heated salt water lake, which has tropical fish, such as Angel Fish, Clown Fish, Bamboo Sharks, Nurse Sharks and also a Southern Sting Ray. Habitat Bay is where there are feeding platforms. Visibility is about 8 feet and it is a good spot for dive training and snorkeling.