Scientists are keeping a special eye on these beautiful but deadly volcanoes
When volcanoes blow their tops, they can do so without warning - and with devastating consequences.
In 1996, a leading international volcanology group identified more than a dozen volcanoes that are particularly deserving of study because they have a history of large, destructive eruptions, are close to populated areas, and could erupt again in the near future.
Many of these volcanoes remain active today, and could wreak havoc on communities that live in their shadow.
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