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A 100-​foot fis­sure has opened up in the Grand Teton National Park – not far from the poten­tially cat­a­strophic Yel­low­stone volcano.

Yel­low­stone vol­cano: Nearby geyser spews huge cloud of steam

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The giant crack in the Wyoming – based national park has prompted offi­cials to shut down areas from tourists in case of land­slides. “A 100-​foot long fis­sure has prompted the clos­ing of part of Grand Teton National Park.” The Grand Teton National Park said in a state­ment: “The Hid­den Falls and Inspi­ra­tion Point areas are cur­rently closed due to ele­vated poten­tial for rock­fall. “The area was closed to pro­tect human safety on July 10 after expand­ing cracks in a rock but­tress were detected.

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Yellowstone-​style ERUP­TION could be sparked by magma cham­ber rising…

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It is unknown how long the clo­sure will be in effect. Geol­o­gists are mon­i­tor­ing the but­tress for move­ment and have ini­ti­ated a risk assess­ment for the area.” It is cur­rently unclear how the crack opened but it is likely due to nor­mal seis­mic activ­ity in the national park area. Despite being around 100 kilo­me­tres from the Yel­low­stone National Park, Grand Teton does sit over the Yel­low­stone super-​volcano. If it was seis­mic activ­ity beneath Grand Teton which caused the fis­sure, it could be a sign that Yel­low­stone is reawak­en­ing. Yel­low­stone super vol­cano in pictures

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The vol­cano at Yel­low­stone National Park in Wyoming and Mon­tana sits atop a huge reserve of magma and last erupted 640,000 years ago

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