Volcanoes Quiz

Name the Volcano based on the description.
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Last updated: May 21, 2017
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Destroyed Pompeii and Herculaneum in 79 A.D
Vesuvius
Indonesian Volcano that created the loudest sound ever recorded
Krakatoa
Current volcano that exists in the former location of above
Krakatow
Volcano that erupted sideways during an earthquake
St Helens
Hawaiian dormant volcano that is sometimes considered tallest mountain in the world
Mauna Kea
Most active volcano on the island of Hawaii
Kilauea
The "Year Without A Summer" was caused by this volcano
Tambora
Supervolcano located under a U.S National Park
Yellowstone Caldera
Brought the Human Population to about 3,000
Toba Supervolcano
Just South of Quito
Cotopaxi
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Sometimes considered the largest (Not Super) volcano on Earth
Mauna Loa
Located on the Island of Sicily
Etna
Potentially Active Volcano visible from Portland
Hood
Located in the Philippines that blocked out the sun in 1993
Pinatubo
Killed everyone on the island of Martinique except for two people in 1902
Pelee
Visible from Tokyo
Fuji
Highest Mountain in Washington
Rainier
Indonesia Volcano erupting regularly since 1548
Merapi
Dormant Volcano that is Tallest in Russia
Elbrus
Located in the Canary Islands and highest point on any Atlantic Island
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Jun 28, 2017
The volcano that took the place of Krakatau (Krakatoa >:( ) is a) still called Krakatau, and b) the island that has grown up is called Anak Krakatau, not Krakatow.