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Which volcano was buried in ancient Italy?

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No volcano was buried in Italy. The volcano Mount Vesuvius buriedthe towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum in the year 79.
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Do volcanos bury plants and animals?

Yes, some volcanic eruptions can bury plants and animals. Eruptions such as the famous, documented eruption of Krakatoa generate pyroclastic clouds that obliterate everythin