67. Volcanoes.

Haroun Tazieff, the Polish scientist, has spent his life time studying active volcanoes and deep caves in all parts of the world. In 1948, he went to lake Kivu in the Congo to observe a new volcano which he later named Kituro. Tazieff was able to set up his camp very close to the volcano while it was erupting violently. Though he managed to take a number of brilliant photographs, he could not stay near the volcano for very long. He noticed that a river of liquid rock was coming towards him. It threatened to surround him completely, but Tazieff managed to escape just in time, He waited until the volcano became quiet and he was able to return two days later. This time, he managed to climb into the mount of Kituro so that he could take photographs and measure temperatures. Tzieff has often risked his life in this way. He has been able to tell us more a bout active volcanoes than any man alive.
Gunung berapi. Haroun Tazieff, ilmuwan Polandia, telah menghabiskan waktu hidupnya mempelajari gunung berapi aktif dan gua-gua yang dalam di semua bagian dunia. Pada tahun 1948, ia pergi ke danau Kivu di Kongo untuk mengamati gunung berapi baru yang kemudian ia beri nama Kituro. Tazieff mampu mendirikan kamp-nya sangat dekat dengan gunung berapi sementara itu meletus hebat. Meskipun ia berhasil mengambil sejumlah foto brilian, ia tidak bisa tinggal di dekat gunung berapi untuk waktu yang lama. Dia melihat bahwa sungai batu cair datang ke arahnya. Ini mengancam akan mengelilingi dia sepenuhnya, tapi Tazieff berhasil melarikan diri tepat pada waktunya, Ia menunggu sampai gunung berapi menjadi tenang dan ia bisa kembali dua hari kemudian. Kali ini, ia berhasil naik ke gunung Kituro sehingga ia bisa mengambil foto dan mengukur suhu. Tzieff sering mempertaruhkan hidupnya dengan cara ini. Ia telah mampu untuk memberitahu kami lebih pertarungan gunung berapi aktif daripada pria hidup.
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