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IN OMG! ON 12 Oct, 2016
Volcanoes, a conical tragedy! It is said when earth feels gets upset from humans, she warns them from the 'core' of her heart, and that's when her tears come out of Volcanoes in the form of lava.
We bring to you, the world's most extreme and deadliest volcanoes that will enthrall you. We all have seen natural beauties, but these volcanoes are the ugliest part of our nature.
Move ahead to see the deadliest ones!
When I researched about this volcano, I wanted to keep it at first for a reason, because it is one of the smallest ice caps of Iceland. This volcano erupted in the year 2010 and caused enormous damage to air. In Northern Europe, more than 20 countries closed their airspace and approx. 100,000 travellers suffered the delay.
It is one of the most extreme and active volcanoes that is located inside Virunga National Park in Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa. In the history of volcanoes eruption in Africa, 40% of explosions are caused by this volcano only.
Look at the horrendous scenario; this volcano has relatively shallow slopes and the lava that comes out of it is mostly fluid. 'Mauna Loa' is a Hawaiian word which means 'long mountains.' The area covered by this volcano is larger than any other volcano on the earth.
NASA's favorite volcano, is one of the world's most densely populated volcano, making it one of the dangerous too. It last erupted in the year 1944, but the most significant eruption is that of 79 AD; it buried the cities of Pompeii.
It is still active! It is one of the most uncertain volcanoes in the world. The heat that comes out of these volcanoes is more than enough to make you suffer all your life.
It is also one of the most active Volcanoes on earth. Japan has faced its eruption many times.
There have been more than 21 recorded eruptions of this volcano since the 18th century. Thousands of people live near this volcano.
This volcano erupts in style, covering the whole sky and spreading the orange color around the Virunga National Park in Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa. This volcano is famous for its beauty. But, everything that glitters is not gold. The damage that this eruption can cause is more than five small volcanoes.
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