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Two volcanic earthquakes were felt in Agoncillo, Batangas on Monday night as Alert Level 2 remains over Taal Volcano, according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS).

LOOK: Days after Taal's Jan 12 eruption, lakewater rose, eating up about 20 meters of shoreland in Brgy. Subic Ilaya, Agoncillo, Batangas. The eruption, volcanic quakes apparently altered topography in this part of the province. Photos were taken on Feb 15. | @maricarcinco 

Laurel, Agoncillo residents focus on recovering after Taal Volcano alert level lowered

PHOTO: Taal Lake fishermen return during “window hours” to the recently shrunken shoreline of Brgy. Subic Ilaya in Agoncillo, a result of #TaalVolcano ’s recent eruption, on Thursday.

Residents clear volcanic ash from their roof in Agoncillo, Batangas on January 30, 2020, days after residents were allowed to return within the 7-km danger zone during window hours due to the downgrading of #TaalVolcano 's alert level to 3. | via @DemayoMark 

Lack of power, water threaten livelihood of Agoncillo residents

Residents clear volcanic ash from their roof in Agoncillo, Batangas on January 30, 2020, days after residents were allowed to return within the 7-km danger zone during window hours due to the downgrading of #TaalVolcano 's alert level to 3. | via @DemayoMark 

Residents in most areas of Batangas now allowed to go back to their homes and get belongings, only to find that their houses are completely ruined. Some roads in Agoncillo are difficult to pass through due to cracks. | via @RalfRivas  #TaalEruption2020 

PHOTO: An aerial view of damaged structures in Agoncillo, Batangas in this photo taken on Tuesday. #TaalVolcano 

Agoncillo resident Jake Biscocho returned to Bgy. Pamiga to find his parents and houses damaged from the quakes following #TaalVolcano 's eruption. | via @anjo_bagaoisan 

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LOOK: Volunteers from Manila District Fire and Rescue saved not just residents but also dogs in Agoncillo town. They are planning to name the dogs, Taal, Agoncillo and Tala. | via @nicowaje 

LOOK: A group of volunteers rescuing animals left behind by families in Agoncillo, Batangas, who had to flee their homes as Taal Volcano rumbled. The ground here still shakes from time to time.(1/2) | via @JCGotinga 

LOOK: High resolution drone photos of a village in Agoncillo town near Taal Volcano, showing heavy ash deposits on houses and roads. | via @chinogaston 

A banana seedling pushes its way through the ash as life goes on in Agoncillo town. | via @chinogaston 

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Taal Volcano as viewed from Brgy. Manalao, Agoncillo, Batangas at 4pm. (Video taken by retired 2LT Jones delos Reyes) | via @jun_veneracion 

Agoncillo town, the nearest area in the Taal crater lake turned into a “desert” after the whole site was covered with gray ashes and coconut trees were almost flattened. #TaalVolcano  | via @hanahtabios 

A slight glow can be seen on the mouth of Taal Volcano. The ash column, considerably less compared to the last 2 days, drifting towards Agoncillo and Lemery as viewed from a colored night vision camera | via @raffytima 

LOOK: Roads in Agoncillo, Batangas are covered in thick blankets of ash on Monday, January 13. #TaalEruption2020  Photos by Dante Diosina Jr/Rappler

Be extra careful driving thru thick dust/ash along Diokno hwy, between Lemery to Agoncillo Batangas. Vehicles, headlights on, have to slow down or stop on roadsides as it is really hard to see through. | @maricarcinco 

JUST IN: Magnitude 4.1 #quake  hits Agoncillo, Batangas Sunday night at 11:56 p.m. The quake is volcanic in origin. Intensity V was felt at Tagaytay City | via @phivolcs_dost 

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