What is Antarctica's volcano called?

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One is called Mt. Erebus, others are called Mt Terror, Mt Bird and Mt Terra Nova, plus many smaller volcanoes. Only Mt Erebus continues to be active. Finally, the ash remnants of a volcano were discovered under the South Pole in 2008. The related
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