Here we list 10 of the most dangerous volcanoes we have on earth:
Japan. The lava flows of the 1914 eruption connected it with the Ōsumi Peninsula. It is the most active volcano in Japan..
1. Mauna Loa, Hawaii
Hawaii in the U.S. state of Hawaiʻi in the Pacific Ocean. The largest subaerial volcano in both mass and volume, Mauna Loa has historically been considered the largest volcano on Earth, dwarfed only by Tamu Massif.
Last eruption: 15 April 1984
2. Mount Nyiragongo, DR Congo
Last eruption: 2016
3. Galeras, Colombia
Last eruption: 3 January 2010
4. Mount Merapi, Indonesia
Last eruption: 21 June 2020
Taal Volcano is a large caldera filled by Taal Lake on Luzon island in the Philippines, and is in the province of Batangas. Taal Volcano is the second most active volcano in the Philippines, with 34 recorded historical eruptions, all of which were concentrated on Volcano Island, near the middle of Taal Lake.
Last eruption: 12 January 2020
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6. Popocatépetl, Mexico
Last eruption: 2004 to 2020 (ongoing)
7. Yellowstone Caldera, United States
The Yellowstone Caldera is a volcanic caldera and supervolcano in Yellowstone National Park in the Western United States, sometimes referred to as the Yellowstone Supervolcano. The caldera and most of the park are located in the northwest corner of Wyoming.
Last eruption: approximately 630,000 years ago (caldera-forming); 70,000 years ago (in the caldera)
8. Mount Vesuvius, Italy
Italy, about 9 km east of Naples and a short distance from the shore. It is one of several volcanoes which form the Campanian volcanic arc.
Last eruption: March 1944
9. Ulawun, Papua New Guinea
Ulawun is a basaltic and andesitic stratovolcano in West New Britain Province, on the island of New Britain in Papua New Guinea.
Last eruption: 3 August 2019
10. Sakurajima, Japan
Last eruption: 2020
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