Animation: Have the number of earthquakes really increased in Oklahoma?

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Experts across the state have noticed an increase in seismic activity over the last couple of years.

In some parts of the state, residents say what used to be a calm portion of Oklahoma has been rattled with earthquakes.

Recently, the U.S. Geological Survey created an animation to show the increase in activity over the last six years.

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