Etna Volcano is back in action
Etna Volcano on the Italian island of Sicily has taken action again. Smokes covering the sky reflected on the camera for seconds.
Volcano Etna on the Italian island of Sicily took action again for the first time after December.
Late night lava rising skyward from the crater of Europe's tallest volcano in the southeast presented a "magnificent" nature show.
Authorities announced that approximately 40 earthquakes of magnitude 3.8 occurred in the south flank of Etna in the past few days.
At 3,330 meters high, Etna gets active on different dates every year and hurls lava and ash around.