What If a Supervolcano Erupted Tomorrow? Bright Side Answers
Date: 2021-12-10 13:00:21
A volcano is considered ‘super’ if it has had at least one explosion and released over 240 cubic miles of material. The largest eruption at Yellowstone happened 2.1 million years ago and had colossal consequences. What if the supervolcano erupted again? It would most likely spew ash for thousands of miles across the US bringing chaos and havoc. Here’re all of the devastating consequences of supervolcanoes.
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