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Mayon, Taal, Kanlaon, and Bulusan Volcano Show Irregularities Today (August 18)

VOLCANO UPDATE – The four popular volcanoes in the Philippines such as Mt. Mayon, Taal, Kanlaon, and Bulusan show irregularities at the same day.

On Tuesday (August 18, 2020), the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology released the latest updates regarding the status of the volcanoes in the country. The report says four of the biggest volcanoes show irregularities.

Phivolcs released the volcano bulletin of Mayon, Taal, Kanlaon, and Bulusan at 8:00 am after the agency found irregularities. The four volcanoes show signs of unrest such as volcanic earthquakes, ash emission, and other activities.

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Here are some of the volcano bulletin released by Phivolcs:

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A Facebook user named Roegx Parcon Mangalos has also expressed his concern regarding simultaneous irregularities found at four volcanoes. He is worrying what would happen next before the year 2020 end.

Mangalos also asked if the Oarfish found in Agusan before consecutive earthquakes hits Masbate and Cagayan today.

Here are some of the comments:

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The year 2020 gives a terrifying and bad experience to a lot of people in various countries all around the world. Numerous tragedies, accidents, calamities, pandemic, and global economic problems have been experienced this year.

After all we have been through within this year, is this a sign of the end of the world or might be something else?

What can you say about this incident? Just feel free to leave your comments and reactions to this article.

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