Isla El Tigre volcano
Typical eruption style
Isla El Tigre volcano eruptions
: unknown, less than 10,000 years ago
No recent earthquakes
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Isla El Tigre volcano is a small basaltic stratovolcano that forms the small, 5-km-wide island of the same name. It is located across a narrow 2-km-wide strait south of Isla Zacate Grande in the Gulf of Fonseca, Honduras. It is the southernmost volcano of Honduras and probably still active.
El Vigía is a small isolated flank cone near the village of Amapala on the NW flank of the island.
See also: Sentinel hub
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