Mud volcano flow to last 26 years

BBC: Indonesian mud volcano flow 'to last 26 years' The mud buried homes, schools and farmland, and has displaced thousands of families The world's largest mud volcano, which left 13,000 families homeless, is likely to continue erupting for another 26 years, researchers have estimated. It first erupted back in May 2006, and - at its peak - was spewing 180,000 cubic metres of mud a day, equivalent to 50 Olympic-sized swimming pools. The volcano, in East Java, Indonesia, has buried homes, schools......

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