Ever hear the expression, “poking the bear?”
Well starting in June, mother nature began poking the monster of all “bears” 1284 times (as of 7/20/2017) when she caused a swarm of earthquakes under Yellowstone park – the site of the Yellowstone Caldera aka the supervolcano.
This may be concerning as Yellowstone normally experiences between 1,000 and 2,000 measurable earthquakes in an entire year.
See what the experts say about the likelihood of a supereruption – READ THE FULL REPORT HERE.
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Photo credit: The Day the Volcano Erupted – A Halloween Horror Story and Trout Lake, Yellowstone National Park, USA licensed under Creative Commons 2.0