In one of the more freaky reports to come out lately is that animals, and particularly bison, are fleeing the vicinity of Yellowstone after the 4.8 earthquake we recently reported. News.com AU reports…
DO they know something we don’t? Reports of animals fleeing Yellowstone has sparked concerns that the park’s supervolcano may be set to blow.
Yellowstone National Park was hit by a 4.8-magnitude earthquake on March 30, prompting fears it could trigger a cataclysmic eruption that would cover North America in ash.
The quake was the largest in the park since 1980, and part of a series of foreshocks and aftershocks that rattled the famous park.
While conceding the animals could be running from hunters or other reasons, he says: “But I’ll tell you this, whatever the case may be, that their running away from Yellowstone is an alert of some sort.”
Ohio survivalist Tom Lupshu said the bison count for Yellowstone is down 25 per cent this northern winter, suggesting animals may be leaving the park because they sense an impending catastrophic volcanic eruption triggered by recent earthquakes.
“They detect something vast and deadly,” says Mr Lupshu of the wildlife on YouTube.
“The Yellowstone Super volcano is the only thing there that would fit the bill,” he says.
Of course, this could be all speculation, or even a strange April Fools prank, but given the recent uptick in earthquake activity, who knows?