Third lava stream cracks in Icelandic volcano
A third eruption fissure cracked open on April 6, in between the two already existing ones.
Drone footage filmed on Friday (April 9) showed the second fissure surrounded by a blanket of snow.
The volcano on the Reykjanes Peninsula, some 30 kilometres southwest of the capital Reykjavik, started to erupt on March 19 and has become a tourist attraction, drawing thousands of visitors.
Volcanologists have no idea how long the eruption will continue, saying it could stop soon or continue for years, possibly even decades.
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