The volcano dubbed "America's Mount Fuji" has been oozing lava into its crater

Mount St. Helens, the volcano that last erupted in 1980, has been oozing 10 cubic yards of lava into its crater for over a year. Along with the lava comes a steady number of small earthquakes. The magnitude of the earthquakes usually range between 1 and 2, but it has been reported that some earthquakes have been over a magnitude of 3. Scientists are not sure where the lava is originating from, and don't know how much longer the volcano will continue to ooze lava into its crater.

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