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Has 4 National Parks
Wyoming only has two National Parks: Grand Tetons and Yellowstone.
Was the first state to allow women to vote
The Wyoming Territory gave women the right to vote in 1869. Wyoming is now known as the Equality State.
Colorado is just over 6,000mi² larger than Wyoming. This difference is about the size of Connecticut.
Has a population under 1 million people
Colorado has more than 5 million people. The population of Wyoming is less than that of Denver's city proper.
Has legalized marijuana
Has mountains over 14,000 feet
Colorado has 58 "14ers." Wyoming's highest point is Gannett Peak, with an elevation of 13,804 feet.
Has more than 30% of its population in rural areas
35.2% of Wyoming's population is rural, compared to Colorado's 13.8%.
Has a vowel in its two letter abbreviation
Contains part of the continental divide
Has land in the great plains region
Has land the Oregon trail passed through
Has a native population of gray wolves
Has the largest sand dunes in the United States
Has a name that comes from an American Indian language
Wyoming is named after a valley in Pennsylvania, derived from a Munsee word meaning "at the big river flat."