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What are some of the dangers that volcanoes pose to human populations? a. destruction of property from lava flow b. destruction from mud flows c. lung problems from ash and
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All of the above are some of the dangers that volcanoes pose to human populations. a. destruction of property from lava flow b. destruction from mud flows c. [ lung problems from ash and toxic gases ]
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