Anak Krakatau volcano inside the caldera of Krakatau
Strong vulcanian eruption from Anak Krakatau
Literally translated, "the child of Krakatau", Anak Krakatau is the youngest island of the Krakatau volcanic archipel in the Sunda Strait. It was formed during new eruptions in 1927 when a new island appeared in the caldera left by the huge eruption of Krakatau volcano in 1883.
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