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copy and paste much? Those stats are way higher than what a volcanoe can do.

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I think that earthquakes are more dangerous and cause more damage than a volcano. Volcanoes are dangerous but in my opinion,they are not as bad as an earthquake. Earthquakes can cause tsunamis and landslides and can range from not bad to natural disaster. Histories worst volcano eruption is 92,000 deaths, while the worst earthquake to be recorded caused 830,000 deaths. Earthquakes normally happen only around fault lines. There are a lot more fault lines than volcanoes. That means there is a better chance than an earthquake than a volcano.

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