The extraordinary Thrihnukagigur is situated southeast of Reykjavik in Iceland hasn't gone off for 4,000 years. Descending into the unknown: sunlight can be glimpsed through the top of the chamber - the exit route for any explosive magma.
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A puffin in West Iceland. Image by Mr Hicks46 / CC BY-SA 2.0
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