Yellowstone National Park’s largest geyser, Steamboat, is puzzling scientists after it erupted for the eighth time since March. The most recent eruption, occurring at 9:04 a.m. on Monday morning shot boiling-hot water hundreds of feet into the air, followed by hours of steam billowing out from the geyser.
Steamboat Geyser, unlike the regular Old Faithful Geyser, erupts very infrequently. Before this string of eruptions, Steamboat last erupted in 2014. Scientists are unsure why all of a sudden the geyser is experiencing a string of eruptions, something that has happened in the past but not for decades.
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