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Scientists say mud pools located several miles from Mount Etna may hold the key to predicting what Europe's tallest active volcano might do next

Fountains of lava from Mount Etna have lit up the Sicilian night sky since December, and scientists say that mud pools a few miles from Europe's tallest active volcano hold the key to predicting what it will do next

Scientists say mud pools near the volcano Mount Etna in Italy may hold clues to predicting what it will do next

WATCH: Scientists say mud pools near the volcano Mount Etna in Italy may hold clues to predicting what it will do next

WATCH: Scientists say mud pools located several miles from Mount Etna may hold the key to predicting what Europe's tallest active volcano might do next

WATCH: Fountains of lava from Mount Etna have lit up the Sicilian night sky since December, and scientists say that mud pools a few miles from Europe's tallest active volcano hold the key to predicting what it will do next

Since February and March, three volcanoes in three separate countries have released lava, including the Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland, Mount Etna in Italy and Pacaya in Guatemala.​

Since February and March, three volcanoes in three separate countries have released lava, including the Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland, Mount Etna in Italy and Pacaya in Guatemala.​

Since February and March, three volcanoes in three separate countries have released lava, including the Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland, Mount Etna in Italy and Pacaya in Guatemala.​

Since February and March, three volcanoes in three separate countries have released lava, including the Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland, Mount Etna in Italy and Pacaya in Guatemala.​

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Timelapse footage shows Italy’s Mount Etna, Europe’s most active volcano, shooting clouds of ash into the sky during weekend eruption.

In Pictures: Mount Etna eruption lights up Sicily's night sky

ERUPTION: Timelapse footage captures Sicily's Mount Etna, Europe's most active volcano, shooting lava and ash into the sky.

Mount Etna has erupted, sending smoke and ash into the sky and forcing a nearby airport to close temporarily. Etna, at 3,350m high, is on the Italian island of Sicily and is one of the world's most active volcanoes. More on this here👉

Europe's most active volcano – Mount Etna – covered the sky over the Italian town of Paterno with orange smoke 🌋

Italian authorities issue ash advisory after eruption of Mount Etna. This video shot about 14 miles from the base of the volcano shows a huge plume of smoke rising as lava shoots towards the sky.

🌋 Explosions from Mount Etna, Europe's largest active volcano, sent lava rocks flying overnight Monday and left orange streams oozing down the slopes

"Very relieved to be safe" - the terrifying moment and crew were caught up in Mount Etna eruption

Mount Etna, in Sicily. The volcano is currently erupting and the molten lava is visible from space, at night! (the red lines on the left)

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Hello #Sicily  and Mount#Etna , a touch of snow suits you! / Ciao Sicilia ed Etna, la neve ti dona! #Italy  #HelloEarth 

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