Anak Krakatoa erupted last week, triggering a deadly tsunami. Photo: AFP

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

  • The volcano now stands 110 metres high, down from 338 metres in recent months, having lost 150-170 million cubic metres of volume
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Anak Krakatoa erupted last week, triggering a deadly tsunami. Photo: AFP
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