There is a a thermal spring near Old Faithful. It is in Yellowstone National Park. It has erupted for the fourth time in the last 60 years. That's according to a park official.
Ear Spring on Yellowstone's Geyser Hill went from being dormant on Saturday to spewing steam and water. The height was between between 20 and 30 feet high. It is a height not recorded since 1957. That's according to park spokesman Neal Herbert. It has since continued to erupt at a near-constant height of about 2 feet, he said.
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