The first Tenerife tremor happened on Wednesday night, at eleven. 23pm in Guia de Isora, with a magnitude of 1. 5 along with a depth of 14 kilometres.
Just one minute later, an additional tremor was registered in Vilaflor with similar characteristics: a degree of 1. 6 and 15kms strong.
And exactly 60 seconds later on, a third mini-tremor occurred in Mis Reolejos, also with a 1 . six magnitude and 21kms deep.
The last of the earthquakes, documented by the IGN, happened yesterday (Thursday) at 1 . 01am, again in Guia de Isora, with a degree of 1. 5 degrees and 19kms deep.
There was inadequate intensity in any of the three tremors to be felt by locals, however the number of movements produced, up to twelve since Tuesday, has raised a couple of eyebrows.
The largest from the movements recorded this week took place within the early hours of Wednesday (4. 05am), out at sea, in between La Gomera and Tenerife, plus reached a magnitude of second . 4.
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