Surprising objects emerged after the eruption of a geyser in the American Yellowstone Park.
The Ear Spring called geyser, which is named after the human ear, is relatively rarely active in the American Yellowstone National Park. It was recently launched in 2004. However, on September 15 this year, steam and water ranged from 6 to 9 meters high, which has not been the case since 1957. The eruption is shown in the following video (near the much more active Old Faithful steam).
After the eruption, the staff of the park gathered fascinating things from the geyser, which was squeezed out of great pressure. Most of the objects were old coins, which most certainly were thrown by tourists earlier. But they found there a drink box, beer box opening, cigarettes, a funnel, a small bowl and an old babacum – writes SFGate.
The found objects are now sorted and placed in Yellowstone’s archives. In the park’s announcement, he warned that foreign objects could damage geysers and hope that at the earliest outburst of the Ear Spring, only water and natural rock will come to the surface.