A volcano on Japan's Iwo Jima Island erupted again, sending ash and volcanic material soaring up in the sky. A video of the volcanic eruption has surfaced on social media. Previously, the volcano's eruption on Iwo Jima Island was witnessed on November 9 when an unnamed undersea volcano, located about 1 kilometre off the southern coast of Iwo Jima, which Japan calls Ioto, started its latest eruptions. Earthquake in Japan: Quake of Magnitude 5.0 Jolts Honshu.
Volcano Eruption in Japan
WATCH 🌋 Huge volcanic eruption on Japan's Iwo Jima Island pic.twitter.com/U4WuDfDZi5
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) November 28, 2023
Volcano Eruption in Japan Video
Mount Niijima on Iwo Jima Island in southern Japan continues its explosive eruption, resulting in the gradual expansion of the newly formed island as volcanic material accumulates on the northern side of the crater.
📹 Japanese Coast Guard pic.twitter.com/hHf9S5Si7F
— Volcaholic 🌋 (@volcaholic1) November 27, 2023
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