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Mount Etna erupts again, sending hot lava down its snowy slopes



Mount Etna erupts again, sending hot lava down

Mount Etna erupts again, sending hot lava down its snowy slopes

Watch as hot lava flows down Etna’s snow-covered slopes as it erupts once more.

On Friday morning, Mount Etna, located on the Italian island of Sicily, erupted, producing a joyous display of ice and fire.

Europe’s tallest volcano, rising to a height of 3,3057 meters, has been continuously active for the last ten years.

However, nobody has suffered harm, and nobody is in danger.

The recent activity on mount Etna has been characterized by volcanologists as a series of Strombolian eruptions, which are brief, moderately explosive eruptions named after the volcano on the neighboring island of Stromboli.

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