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The word ‘volcano’ comes from Vulcan, the Roman god of fire. Mount St. A. It erupted in 1980 after being dormant for 123 years. The blast blew 8,000 million tons of rock off the top. The biggest volcano in the universe is Olympus Mons on Mars. It stands an amazing 27 kilometres (17 miles) high. It last erupted 200 million years ago and is now extinct. 32 Index active 16 ash 10–14, 19, 20 black sand 29 Chance’s Peak 18 cone-shaped 10 crater 14, 15, 28 diamonds 23 dormant 18 dust 12, 13, 14 eruption 6, 10–12 extinct 16 fire 9 gas 20 geyser 24, 25 gold 23 Hawaii 11, 17, 28 pumice stone 22 islands 26–28 rock, floating 22 hard black 8 hot 10 melted 6, 7 Kilauea 17 lakes 15 lava 8, 12, 14, 23, 29 lava flows and rivers 8, 11, 29 lava fountains 9 Mauna Loa 11 Montserrat 18–19 Mount Vesuvius 20 shapes and sizes 10–11 soil 22 steam 24 Surtsey 27 underwater 26, 28 Old Faithful 25 vent 14 volcanologists 30–31 Pompeii 20 water, hot 24 READERS My name is I have read this book Date ✔ READERS Level 2 Dinosaur Dinners Fire Fighter!
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About 50 of them erupt every year, but most of these eruptions happen underwater. In 1883, the volcano on the island of Krakatoa in Indonesia erupted with the loudest bang ever heard. The word ‘volcano’ comes from Vulcan, the Roman god of fire. Mount St. A. It erupted in 1980 after being dormant for 123 years. The blast blew 8,000 million tons of rock off the top. The biggest volcano in the universe is Olympus Mons on Mars. It stands an amazing 27 kilometres (17 miles) high. It last erupted 200 million years ago and is now extinct.