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Mars is not thought to have any active volcanoes. However, there are large inactive volcanoes found on the surface of Mars.

No. All the volcanoes on Mars are extinct.

No. The volcanoes of Mars are extinct.

There are no active volcanoes at present.

yes it has a couple of active volcanoes.

it has volcanoes, but none are active

there are none in mars -- incorrect.

The two planets share many surface features. Mountains, valleys, deserts, ice caps, volcanoes (Mars has several, but they're not active), craters (Mars has many, Earth has a few).

Of course there are. They shoot lava!

Mars has many valleys, plains, and volcanoes

In the same way that the Earth has volcanoes and ice. However, Martian volcanoes do not appear to be active.

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

Mars is a very dry planet with no surface water. It has many volcanoes and impact craters on the surface and the entire surface is covered with sand.

Because mars no longer has magma on the inside of its core like our earth does, therefore no "Active" volcanoes.

its because mars is more tectonically active

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.

The surface of Mars is dry and sandy. There are craters, volcanoes, covered with a layer of iron oxide (which makes Mars appear red in color).

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.

Yes, there are volcanoes on Mars and Venus.There are also volcanoes on some moons. The largest volcano (Olympus Mons) in the solar system is on Mars.Io, Jupiter's moon, has the most number of active volcanoes.

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.

Venus, Earth, and Mars all have extinct volcanoes. Earth, however has active and dormant volcanoes as well.

The surface of Mars has very large volcanoes and canyons. There is also evidence of wind erosion and ice caps at the poles of the planet.

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.

No, Earth isn't the only body in the Solar System with active volcanoes. Io, the third largest moon of Jupiter has active volcanoes with evidence. Venus, Mars and Pluto are also thought to have volcanoes based on their behaviour.

it is rocky and hard plus it has got some volcanoes on it

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