Another tsunami will likely hit Indonesia, meteorological department informed on Sunday. A day after around 200 people were killed by volcanic eruption.
The tsunami “appears to have been caused by an underwater collapse” of fraction of the Anak volcano, said David.
David Rothery is a faculty of The Open University in Britain.
Anak Krakatoa is a new island that recently surfaced around 1928 in the crater left by Krakatoa, whose 183 huge volcanic erruption just left at least 36,000 people.
The volcano has been especially active since this summer noted a faculty from the University of the Paris. Tsunami that previously hit the Indonesia in Saturday was the third to hit in less than half year.