Sicily’s Mount Etna Erupts

Europe’s highest active volcano, Italy’s Mount Etna, erupted again this week. The eruption, which spewed blood-red molten lava and grey and white ash into the air, is the 24th in a series that started in January 2011. Photo Credit: gnuckx via Flickr.

RAW VIDEO: Italy's Mount Etna Erupts
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29 comments

Angel Campbell
Angel Campbell4 years ago

Cool

Debra Griffin
Debra B.4 years ago

Was horrible

Rosemary G.
Rosemary G.4 years ago

This little Planet is a living entity and we are just humble spectators and most vulnerable and there is NO Man invented God that could ever protect us.

Mari Garcia
Mari Garcia4 years ago

so scary and powerful yet needed

Juliet Defarge
judith sanders4 years ago

I wonder how loud that actually is.

Hilary S.
Hilary S.4 years ago

apparently etna is in an almost constant state of activity, and is known for its wide variety of eruption styles.
remind you of anyone you know?

Evelina Zaharieva

What a beautiful sight - destoying, yet peaceful and straightforward to its action. Not heeded by anyone - She's just functioning, living... ah the Earth is so beautiful!! I 've never loved her so much as I do the last several years!

Lynn C.
Lynn C.4 years ago

What a sight!!

Eileen W.
Eileen W.4 years ago

Fab footage. Thanks. :)

Vivianne Mosca-Clark

They are incredible.