Known locally as "the Bad Lake," Lake Nyos, located in the Northwest Region of Cameroon, Africa, carried a folklore of danger, and tales were spoken of...
In 1986 Lake Nyos (central Africa) released a cloud of CO2 suffocated to death 1,700 people and 3,500 livestock.
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lake nyos An active crater lake that formed from an eruption about 5 centuries ago. the murky brown formed after a deadly release of toxic gas killing 1700 people and cattle
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Cameroon's Lake Nyos Gas Burst: 30 Years Later
Lake Nyos, Cameroon: In 1986, Lake Nyos caused one of the largest unusual natural disasters in recorded history when it literally blew up without warning.