Tourists are advised to stay away from the Anak Krakatau

Authorities are warning tourists and fishermen, that they were not more than two kilometers from the Indonesian volcano known as "Child of Krakatoa." Volcano in the Sunda Strait, 80 miles (130 km) west of the capital, Jakarta, was created by the same tectonic force that triggered the eruption of Krakatoa in 1883, killing tens of thousands. Center for Volcanology says the mountain anxiety level was raised because of the amount of volcanic tremors, which rose from 200 a day to 7,200.

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