Mother Nature Just Freaked Out And Made Two Volcanoes Erupt On The Same Day.

Aside from a bit of seismic activity here and there, the Momotombo Volcano has remained dormant since 1905.

Momotombo, perhaps Nicaragua's most iconic volcano, rises beside Lake Managua Aug. 7, 2014. Geothermal energy is a pillar of Nicaragua's headlong rush into renewable energy sources. (Tim Johnson/MCT via Getty Images)

But all of that changed on December 2 when massive rumbles rocked nearby communities.q2

Plumes of smoke continue to billow out from the top of the immense volcano, and a steady stream of molten lava flows down the side of the mountain.

People look at the Momotombo volcano erupting in Papalonal community in La Paz Centro, Leon, Nicaragua on December 2, 2015. A large volcano in western Nicaragua, Momotombo, on Tuesday belched ash and gas up to a kilometer (3,000 feet) in the sky, sparking fears that the giant could be waking from a fitful 110-year-old slumber. AFP PHOTO/ STR / AFP / STR        (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
View of the Momotombo volcano erupting from Papalonal community in La Paz Centro, Leon, Nicaragua on December 2, 2015. A large volcano in western Nicaragua, Momotombo, on Tuesday belched ash and gas up to a kilometer (3,000 feet) in the sky, sparking fears that the giant could be waking from a fitful 110-year-old slumber. AFP PHOTO/ STR / AFP / STR        (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)