On December 22 at 9:03 p.m. local time, a 64-hectare (158-acre) chunk of Anak Krakatau volcano, in Indonesia, slid into the ocean following an eruption. This landslide created a tsunami that struck coastal regions in Java and Sumatra, killing at least 426 people and injuring 7,202, reported newsweek.com
A family eat after disembarking from a ferry at the port after being evacuated from Sebesi Island, in Bakauheni in Lampung province on Dec. 26, after the Dec. 22 tsunami - caused by activity at a volcano known as the "child" of Krakatoa - hit the west coast of Indonesia's Java island.
A volcanic island in Indonesia's Sunda Strait has erupted 49 times prompting authorities to expand the danger zone from one kilometre to two, an official said.
Mount Anak Krakatau has emitted ash, sand and red-hot rocks since midnight on Thursday, said Sutopo Nugroho from the National Disaster Management Agency.