Indonesian volcano Anak Krakatoa lost two-thirds of its height in deadly eruption

Indonesia’s Anak Krakatoa, an active volcano whose eruption last weekend triggered a deadly tsunami, has lost over two-thirds of its height, the country’s volcanology agency said on Saturday.
The Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation said in a press statement that the volcano now stands 110 metres high, down from 338 metres in recent months. According to the centre, which is based in the West Java provincial capital of Bandung, the position of Anak Krakatoa’…