Top 10 Deadliest VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS In History

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Hey YouTube, Jim here! Welcome to Top10Archive! Mother Nature has proven time and time again that she’s a force to be respected. Beneath the Earth’s crust, molten rock threatens to burst through thin layers of the planet and flow across the surface, leveling everything in its path. While some volcanic activity leaves a wake of minimal damage, others impact a region so bad that they earned a spot on this Top 10 Deadliest Volcanic Eruptions.

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10. Mount Vesuvius, Italy
9. Mount Galunggung, Indonesia
8. Kelud, Indonesia
7. Kelud, Indonesia
6. Laki, Iceland
5. Mount Unzen, Japan
4. Nevado del Ruiz, Colombia
3. Mount Pelee, Martinique
2. Krakatoa, Indonesia
1. Mount Tambora, Indonesia

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11 thoughts on “Top 10 Deadliest VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS In History

  1. A supervolcano blew up in New Zealand leaving a lake the same size as Singapore death toll is unknown but would have blackin the sky in Africa South America and most of Asia

    1. Pompeii= Vesuvius. Not the same eruption as the one listed but then again I don’t know the actual death toll for the 79 AD eruption that buried the towns of Herculaneum and Pompeii

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