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"The forested volcano of Mahagnao in central Leyte Island is also known as Kasiboi or Casiboi. The andesitic volcano contains a steep-walled forested summit crater open to the south. Thermal areas with fumaroles and mud pots occur on the flanks. Two lakes, Malagsom and Danao, are located on the south flank. The former is a crater lake that is acidic and green in color, and the latter is a freshwater lake with an irregular shoreline and hot springs on its southern side. An eruption was reported from Mahagnao in 1895, but no details are available."  -Smithsonian Volcano Archive
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