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WATCH: This Could Be the Best Yellowstone Volcano Video Yet

Reporting from the front lines of the apparently violently exploding Yellowstone Supervolcano. All mayhem is breaking loose, the bison and moose are running amok, and we are all preparing for the worst. Reports came in this morning of Jenny Lake reaching near-boiling levels, with hordes of tourist close at hand snapping selfies with their iPads.

OK, real talk. Despite what you may have seen so on television, guys, it’s not exploding. But the good folk at the Russian state-owned RT News have put together likely the best report we’ve ever seen about our backyard.

Can we say, uh, #fakenews?

For those actually worried about it: neither Grand Teton National Park nor Yellowstone are closed, as the report falsely claims. In fact, GTNP only has one short trail closed near the supposed fissure due to rockfall danger and trail damage. Check out what the JH News and Guide has to say.

Come and play!

The graphic at 1:43 is the best part of the video.

1:14 “The national park sits on a chamber full of [Dr. Evil] liquid hot MAGMA”

WHAT IS SCARIER THAN REAL LIFE?!

Here showing the video of the live news channel and mentioned the dangerous climatic changes. All mayhem is breaking loose, the bison and buy cheap diamond rings moose are running amok, and we are all preparing for the worst. Thank you for sharing this information to us.

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