Listen….if I see animals running in the opposite direction of where I’m headed, I’m going with them! Animals pick up on that instinct that something is about to happen. Bison’s don’t just run for nothing! Just saying…
Videos of bison seemingly fleeing Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming have sparked concerns among some bloggers that recent seismic activity could trigger the eruption of the park’s so-called supervolcano.
According to Epoch Times, multiple videos of such
incidents have been posted online recently, one of which shows a
herd of buffalo allegedly leaving the park and “running for their
lives.” Although people behind the discussion acknowledge there’s
no way to predict when the park’s massive volcano could erupt,
they believe the reaction of the Yellowstone’s animals could
signal some kind of alert.
On March 30, Yellowstone was struck by the most powerful
earthquake it has experienced since 1980 – a 4.8 magnitude quake
that did no damage, but that some believe could be connected to
the various animals’ movements.
“Whether I believe this, or whether I don’t believe the story
or not, I don’t know. I can tell you this story I saw this
morning about the buffaloes running the street … whether or not
it’s because of any activity in Yellowstone or not, I don’t
know,” said blogger Jay Lee, according to the Times.
“But I’ll tell you this, whatever the case may be, that their
running away from Yellowstone is an alert of some sort.”
Another video uploaded to YouTube, this time by self-described
“survivalist” and “search-and-rescue expert”
Tom Lupshu, claims, “Biologists aren’t sure if there’s been a
stunning decline in the herd or if other factors have skewed the
tally.” Lupshu also said that helium releases in the area
are 1,000 times above normal levels, and accused the US
Geological Survey of not reporting small quakes occurring near
“Herds of bison running for their lives on the public
roadways and they were not being chased or rounded up, the bison
were running down the mountain slopes onto roadways running right
past a filming crew,” he added. “They detect something
vast and deadly. The Yellowstone Supervolcano is the only thing
there that would fit the bill.”