Volcanoes may be dangerous but certain animals have been known to plant roots in Volcanoes. So without further ado, here are the top ten animals living inside volcanoes.
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Be Amazed at these animals living in volcanoes! Spiders - Arachnophobia is one of the most common phobias on the planet, with somewhere around 50% of women and 18% of men being absolutely terrified of spiders. PyrococcusFuriosus - The aptly named PyrococcusFuriosus is a hyperthermofile that was first discovered on Vulcano Island in Italy. Microorganisms - Microorganisms are everywhere: hiding in our soil, chilling in the snow, and even buried miles inside the Earth. Volcano Rabbit - It’s like something straight out of a cheesy movie. On the 14th day of the Kasada month on the Hindu lunar calendar a group of people in Java offer up sacrifices to the Hindu Gods by throwing offerings of fruit, vegetables, and even actual, living livestock into an active volcano. Sixgill Stingray - The Sixgill Stingray is a pale purple, goblin looking creature with, you guessed it, six gills.
Polychante Worm - Worm and predator are not usually two words we associate as existing together, but this shimmering, rainbow worm is an accomplished hunter. Giant Rat - Papua New Guinea is a tropical island that boasts warm weather, some of the most scenic hiking trips, and scuba diving unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Sharks - Sharks are quite possibly one of the most prolific groups of animals to ever grace the face of our planet. Loihi Shrimp - For some volcanoes, major events are few and far between. Life is able to thrive in the fertile crust of cooled lava because there might be hundreds or even thousands of years between eruptions. Pink Slug - When we talk about slugs, many of us think of a garden, terracotta pots, and crunchy, wet lettuce.