In 1948, Black Dragon’s Caldron burst through a crack in the earth in Yellowstone National Park. It uprooted and coated nearby trees with thick mud. Since then, this mudpot moved south 200 feet (60 m) along the crack. A park ranger named the mudpot for its color and the apparent lashing of the “dragon’s tongue.” National Park Service
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