Nicarauga’s Telica volcano shaken by new earthquake swarm

Saturday, June 29, 2013
By Paul Martin

TheExtinctionProtocol.com
June 28, 2013

NICARAUGA – A new earthquake swarm started this morning, visible on INETER’s seismograms. Telica has six cones, the tallest of which is 1061 meters high. There is a double crater at the top, 700 meters wide and 120 meters deep. Telica has erupted frequently since the Spanish Era. The most recent eruption was in 2011. In terms of explosive force, Telica’s largest eruption has been rated with a VEI of 4. That eruption occurred in 1529. One of Nicaragua’s most active volcanoes, Telica has erupted frequently, and ash from those frequent eruptions keeps the slopes of its cone bare of vegetation. –Volcano Discovery, Wikipedia

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