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    Matupi, Rabaul - Papua New Guinea

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    • Jennifer Cunningham

      Rabaul is one of the most active volcanoes in Papua New Guinea, and one of its most dangerous. It is on New Britain Island and the access is very easy by boat. All day long, you can watch, smell and feel the ashes and the smoke.

    • Angel Bob

      Deadly: Tavurvur, Vulcan and Rabalankaia last erupted in 1994 but have continued to emit a...

    • Lacey Williams

      Tavurvur , Rabaul (very active!) volcano - Papua New Guinea by Eric Lafforgue, via Flickr

    • Husniye Dogrul

      Tavurvur , Rabaul (very active!) volcano - Papua New Guinea

    • Julie Cohen

      Matupi, Rabaul - Papua New Guinea

    • Maureen Jordan

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