LOOK: Yellowstone Super Volcano Is Melting Roads

Heat from the giant super volcano below Yellowstone National Park has turned one of its roads into a melted "soupy mess," according to park spokesperson Dan Hottle. Here you can see the best pictures of the now melted Firehole Lake Drive, which connects popular geysers with Firehole Lake, an oft-visited volcanic hot lake.

(Flickr/Yellowstone National Park)




It’s a volcano that 34 by 45 miles wide with the power to wipe out most of the life on the planet. Do you really think that humans can possibly control it.

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