What Is a Extinct Volcano?

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An extinct volcano is one that is no longer active and has not erupted in recent times and scientists consider unlikely to erupt again. Examples of extinct volcanoes include Mt Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Chaine des Puys in France, Mt Warning in Australia and Elbrus in Russia.
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olimpus mons located on mars is 86,000 feet high (26,212.2 m) it is the most exenct volcano and the biggest exencit volcano ever known to man.
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Extinct volcanoes are those that scientists consider unlikely to erupt again, because
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Visit the Cofre de Perote National Park in the Nauticampatepetl. The extinct volcano, also called Cofre de Perote, is one of Mexico's highest peaks. Once you've climbed the volcano,
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An ACTIVE volcano is one that has erupted sometime during the last few hundred years. Kilauea, Hawaii, and Mount St. Helens are active volcanoes. A DORMANT volcano is one that has
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An extinct volcano is a volcano whose chances of eruption are minimal. They are considered extinct because they have taken a very long time to erupt. Volcanic activity is however quite difficult to determine since some mountains that were once considered extinct have erupted although without letting out too much lava. Some examples include Kilimanjaro Tanzania, Mt Warning Australia, Chaine des Puys France and Elbrus Russia.
Extinct volcanoes are those that are considered unlikely to erupt again. This is because the volcano is no longer active and has no lava supply. Examples of extinct volcanoes are Mt. Warning, Mt. Kilimanjaro, Chaine des Puys and Elbrus.
An extinct volcano is a volcano that has not been active for centuries. Scientists believe that extinct volcanoes can come back to life after centuries of being inactive, hence the name extinct.
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