A mud volcano erupted in Taiwan’s Pingtung County on July 11, 2023, ejecting steam and mud from several vents up to 2 m (6.5 feet) in the air.
The eruption lasted about 4 hours, inundating nearby farmland and making a mess near a local temple.
This is the second eruption of this mud volcano in 2023. Although no one was hurt, local residents say the cleanup will be pricey.
Featured image credit: TaiwanPlus News (stillshot)
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