The semeru volcano, the largest volcano on the Indonesian island of Java, has been raised to third amid fears it could erupt again.
The volcano has increased activity in recent days, and even threw hot clouds into the sky. This frightened local residents, who were urged not to approach the Semeru volcano, News18 reports.
In early December, there was a large Semeru eruption, lava flows literally flooded everything around. As a result of the eruption, 45 people died, 36 are still not found and are considered missing.
It is noted that over the past 200 years Semeru has erupted many times, but despite this, people continue to live on the slopes of the mountain.