If you live in certain parts of the country, you stockpile and prep with the possibility of an earthquake in mind. They're not exactly the most predictable natural disasters you can encounter so it can be nerve-wracking when there is an increase in the number of smaller earthquakes near you.
Yellowstone National Park, for example, is an area that has recently caught the eye of many geologists. It's not only the destination of many survivalists and outdoor junkies, but it's also home to many plant and animal species that need to be protected. So, it's concerning to find that it's been experiencing an increase in earthquake activity. Could such activity impact the park, the state and even the country?
Keep reading to learn whether you should be worried about the multitude of earthquakes occurring at Yellowstone!