DENVER - The governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper is thrilled at the fact that his state has just seen a tremendous increase in the bison population.
Hundreds of Yellowstone National Park buffaloes have been stampeding south (into Colorado) due to the rumblings of the underground volcano.
An expert on bison and volcanoes stated that animals and especially buffaloes know when there is a volcano that is getting ready to erupt because their tongues start itching like hell.
Most animals, except for zebras and hamsters, can also sense tsunami's, earthquakes, hailstorms, and droughts.
Officials with the state of Wyoming have requested that Colorado round up the stampeding Yellowstone buffaloes and ship them back north to Wyoming.
SIDENOTE: Governor Hickenlooper replied, "Y'all up in Yellowstone don't hold your breath ya hear?"