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The volcanoes on Venus have thin, runny lava, when volcanoes on Mars have thicker lava and the volcanoes are much, much bigger.

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No. Earth (obviously) and Venus have volcanoes as well.


Venus has more volcanoes than Mars. In fact, Venus has the most volcanoes than any other planet. There were three active volcanoes found on Venus in 2010.


Yes. There are volcanoes on Venus and Mars as well as Jupiter's moon Io. None of the volcanoes on Venus and Mars are known to be active, though.


Earth, Venus and Mars all have volcanoes.


venus it has over 1,000,000 volcanos


Venus definitely have more volcanoes than Mars. Yes, Venus and Mars have pretty much all extinct and dormant volcanoes, but they're still volcanoes. Think of it like this: when someone dies or is in a coma, that doesn't mean they're not human. Yes I know that was dark deal with it :P


There are three planets in this solar system with volcanoes: Venus, Earth, and Mars.


Venus, Earth, and Mars are all planets with volcanoes.



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The inner planets. Only Venus and Earth have active volcanoes (volcanoes that are erupting). Mercury and Mars have extinct (dead) volcanoes. Olympus Mons, the largest mountain/volcano in the Solar System, is found on Mars.


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Venus, Earth, and Mars are all known to have volcanoes. Volcanoes have also been seen on Io, one the the moons of Jupiter.


Venus, Earth, and Mars are all known to have volcanoes. Volcanoes have also been seen on Io, one the the moons of Jupiter.


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Yes, Mars and Venus both have volcanoes. Jupiter's moon, Io, has a number of volcanoes. It is believe that the eruptions on Io spew Sulfur.


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The planet Earth has the most active volcanoes.Mars had the largest volcano known in the solar systemVenus had the most volcanoes.Io a moon of Jupiter has the most active volcanoes in the Solar System, with over 400.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Earth has the most active volcanoes where as Mars has the biggest volcanoe in the universe but the planet which has the most volcanoes would be Venus.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------A difficult question as it depends on whether you include active, inactive or dormant.Including all of them, then Venus, followed by Earth and then Mars.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Forgetting planets, then Io a moon of Jupiter is the most active volcanic body in our Solar System with over 400 known active volcanoes.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Very easy answer . . . Venus has perhaps up to a million volcanoes. For sure it has more than 100,000 volcanoes - we cannot yet tell how many of these are active, or temporarily dormant.


Yes - in fact Mars has some of the biggest mountain volcanoes in the world! And to my knowledge, there are mountains on the moon as well. Venus has some volcanoes, of course!



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