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Animals at Yellowstone flee possible impending eruption


by Joseph Earnest  April 2, 2014


Newscast Media CHEYENNEBloggers have been posting videos on the Internet that show animals leaving Yellowstone National Park, which has cause some to speculate that these animals have sensed seismic activity and are running for the sake of self-preservation.


On March 31, Yellowstone experience an earthquake of a 4.8 magnitude, which experts believe is a prelude to something bigger.


The Epoch Times has floated the idea that a possible volcanic eruption is something that should be considered. Researchers recently discovered that the supervolcano is far bigger than previously thought, about 2.5 times. 



"We've been working there for a long time, and we've always thought it would be bigger… but this finding is astounding," said Bob Smith of the University of Utah. 

If a large caldera-forming eruption were to occur at Yellowstone, its effects would be worldwide, the Epoch Times reports.

Last week, a 5.1 magnitude earthquake hit the Los Angeles area. The region has since experienced hundreds of aftershocks.    Add Comments>>










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