A U.Ok.-based photographer captured an unbelievable pure phenomenon on digital camera.
The video exhibits forks of lightning hanging Indonesia’s Krakatau volcano because it erupts.
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The footage was captured by Richard Roscoe on Thursday, Oct. 25.
Lightning can happen in volcanoes which have thick clouds of ash, as static electrical energy is created when particles of ash rub collectively, based on Scientific American.
The Krakatau volcano, which lies within the Sunda Straight between the islands of Java and Sumatra, has seen elevated exercise since June.
Indonesia is liable to volcanic exercise as a result of it sits on the Pacific “Ring of Hearth.”
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