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Yellowstone is perhaps the largest and most famous supervolcano, but it is a supervolcano near Naples, Italy, whose recent rumblings are concerning scientists. The last eruption of Campi Flegrei, the Italian supervolcano, may have contributed to the end of the Neanderthals. The map below shows the locations of the world's supervolcanoes. (The red VEI-8 volcanoes have historically produced larger eruptions than the orange VEI-7 volcanoes.) To read more about Campi Flegrei, whose name means "fields of fire," see news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/12/supervolcano-campi-flegrei-stirs-under-naples-italy/
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