Watch: Yellowstone geyser erupts, pours out trash dating back to 1930s
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When Ear Spring erupted at Yellowstone National Park Sept. 15th, it was already notable — it was, as Live Science puts it, the geyser's "most violent display since 1957."

But even more notable was what came out with the water that spewed up to 30 feet in the air: 80 years worth of trash.

After the eruption, officials wrote on Facebook, park employees "found a strange assortment of items strewn across the landscape around its vent," from dozens of coins that people threw in to make...


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