As of August 30, some 2,357 earthquakes had been recorded at Yellowstone Supervolcano since the swarm began in June.
This makes it one of the longest and biggest earthquake swarms ever recorded.
Even so, experts insist that there is nothing to worry about.
Jacob Lowenstern, one of the scientists in charge of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory, told Newsweek, “Yellowstone has had dozens of these sorts of earthquake swarms in the last 150 years.”
“The volcano alert level remains at green,” said Lowenstern, pointing out that the Observatory would need to see considerably more and bigger earthquakes, ground deformation, steam explosions and changes in gas and heat discharge before raising the alert level.