Scientists say that an eruption could be sooner than we think.
Scientists have discovered something strange deep beneath the Yellowstone's supervolcano and the greater area of Western U.S. As it turns out, the area is sitting on top of a massive molten layer of carbonate rocks.
The supervolcano near Naples in Italy has awakened from a long period of slumber according to scientists. It is considered to be one of the most dangerous supervolcanoes in the world.
The south gate of Yellowstone National Park was closed last Sunday due to wildfires. Authorities also ordered the evacuation of some employees for their safety.
UFO hunters think that an unidentified flying object was spotted hovering the supervolcano underneath the Yellowstone National Park.
Late last week, a helicopter tour company named Paradise Helicopters captured the sight of the volcano smiling over-80-foot-deep crater during an ongoing eruption.
New boiling rivers, fumes and steams may suggest that the fericious super volcano might erupt this year and if it happens it can wipe out two thirds of the United States.
Beneath its beauty, there is a supervolcano underneath the Yellow Stone National Park and experts said it can wipe out half of the U.S. if it erupts. Studies differ as to when the eruption will take place, but one thing is for sure: it can cause millions of deaths and massive destruction.