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We all know that both volcanoes and earthquakes are destructive,but which one is more dangerous. i would say that the earthquakes is far more destructive than a volcano. earthquakes can range very low to mass damage very quickly. yes a volcano can explode and cause ash to linger in the air, but earthquakes can cause landslides and tsunamis. a earthquake most of the time also ranges out much farther than a volcano ever could. earthquakes also cause lots of structural damage too, where volcanoes can but mostly only on ground level. earthquakes are also very unpredictable and can happen at any time or place. this is why earthquakes are much more destructive than volcanoes.

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