Remember that list of the world's most active volcanoes? Well, one of them, Mexico's Colima Volcano, known as "Fire Volcano," erupted Wednesday, launching a biblical-sized plume of ash more than five miles into the air, with volcano matter landing in towns as far as 15mi away! You don't earn the nickname "Fire Volcano" unless you're actually spitting fire. Or you just put wayyy too much hot sauce on your chimichangas.
The Associated Press captured the mammoth eruption and released the footage in a 49-second time-lapse video that'll shake you to your core. That's a volcano pun. Watch the beastly explosion below, and for an extra laugh, try syncing it up with "Down with the Sickness," because that song's always hilarious.
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