No the Volcano in the Scottish Capital has been extinct for many years even before man. The last eruption was between 350 and 400 million years ago. The vents inside are blocked and will not erupt again the future. If the Volcano was to erupt the vents would have to open up by earthquakes and new magma would take place under the volcano, but this won't happen as it is to cold, solidified and completey blocked. Yes there is a Volcano in Scotland not many people believe this, its in the heart of Edinburgh and its called Arthur's Seat, the ancient volcano of Scotland.
The Pacaya volcano is still active in Guatemala.
The difference from a non-volcano and an active volcano is that active volcanoes still erupt but non-volcanoes are extinct!
It is the biggest volcano in Spain and still active
No, Mount Aconcagua is not a volcano.
Yes. Mount Vesuvius is still an active volcano.
An inactive volcano is an extinct volcano basically one that does not erupt anymore however an active volcano is a volcano which still erupts.
Pompeii is not the volcano - it is the city near the volcano, and the volcano is called Vesuvius. And yes, it is still very much an active volcano.
yes, it is still active.
yes it is still active
no,it is not
A Dormant Volcano, but it can still errupt.
Yes, it is still active today and is one of the most active volcanoes in Colombia
Also known as an active volcano, it is a volcano which still possesses the ability to erupt.
In 2010 there were spectacular eruptions, it is still active
no it has not been active since 1200
It is a still active volcano.
no it is not
santorini volcano edinsburghs volcano
When a volcano is active it will erupt. These volcanoes might take many years to erupt but will still erupt.
titi ka gago ka An active volcano is a volcano that is still working, still has lava in it. An inactive volcano is a volcano that either that lava has gone away or it has already erupted and lost all of its lava.
as far as i know, yes. the volcan is still active.