(Worthy News) – Lava and volcanic ash is wreaking havoc on the Spanish island of La Palma as the Cumbre Vieja volcano continues to pose a threat.
The remnants of the eruption can be found in the seabed where aquatic life and habitats are coated in ash.
Lava from the volcano has scorched more than 2,000 acres so far including some once crowded neighborhoods. Thousands had to flee their homes after the volcano first erupted nearly a month ago. The island is only around 15 miles wide and is leaving nothing untouched. [ Source: CBS News (Read More…) ]
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