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Meet with Animals that Live Inside Volcanoes


Image credit: “Limu o Pele” via Wikimedia Commons

When a volcano happens, most of us would possibly think of a high mountain that has erupted with very hot magma and ash and spewed all over the nearby land, thus nothing would be left under its destructive wake.

However are you aware that eighty percent of volcanoes are discovered on the seabed?

Furthermore, it would be more incredible to see that many creatures do live not far from these active volcanoes, or more surprisingly even live on them. Therefore, are you wondering   what kind of life you would expect to discover next to a unstable volcano and its highly acidic surrounding water?

If you want to know more about it, you should watch a D News’ video to find something interesting near underwater volcanoes.

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