Moydodyr is a pulsating spring located on the Ustinova Slope of dwarf geysers, approximately 10 meters upstream from the Plashchanitsa Geyser. Boling water is constantly hitting the slope at 45 degrees reaching 1—1.5 meters; it periodically quiets down, then starts with new intensity. Because of the distinctive "angry" sound of spitting boiling water the spring was dubbed Moydodyr.
Moydodyr is a hero of a Russian children's book of verses about a talking sink that became a symbol of cleanliness for several generations of kids in Soviet Union.
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