Ancient Tenerife volcano could erupt after 100 years dormant - leaving holidaymakers in a panic

Ancient Tenerife volcano could erupt after 100 years dormant - leaving holidaymakers in a panic
 

Tenerife holidaymakers are terrified a volcano could erupt after laying dormant for over 100 years.
On Sunday morning, a total of 92 ‘micro quakes’ were recorded near Mount Teide - a 3,718m volcano on the holiday island which has been dormant since 1909.
Scientists have been sent to investigate what is being reported as an “abnormal” amount of carbon dioxide in the area - which they say is a key indicator an eruption could be about to happen.
Involcan The researchers found that the earthquakes took place as deep as 13km underground, prompting fears the volcano may soon explode.
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5 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 29
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