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While induced earthquakes do exist, researchers say that the earthquakes on La Palma are caused by the geophysical process associated with the volcanic eruption.
The status of the flow as of 1913 on 20 September is shown in red.
Cumbre Vieja has exploded twice previously: once in 1949 and again in 1971.
Moisture gets trapped around these parts, causing the forest to be incredibly lush and jungle-like.
A signposted trail from Volcán San Antonio, near the visitor centre, leads you here on a downhill hike over scrunchy volcanic gravel wear sturdy shoes.
In order to reach some small hamlets in the north of the island it is necessary to travel on earth tracks.
In 2021 the Visitors Center of Roque de Los Muchachos will be inaugurated.