he tallest mountain in the Galapagos Islands has erupted, spewing lava down its flanks and clouds of ash over the Pacific Ocean, according to Ecuador’s Geophysical Institute. The effusive eruption of the volcano continues. A cloud of gas and ash from Wolf Volcano rose to 3800 metres above sea level following the eruption that began shortly before midnight on Wednesday local time. After seven years of relative inactivity, the volcano back erupts. Lava flowing from the volcano has covered about 15 kilometres and is moving through the path of past eruptions. Make sure to share this video with your friends! Thank you so much to everyone who has watched and all your support!