Also known as Ol Doinyo Lengai, the 7,650ft volcano can spew super-fast lava
Scientists studying tremors of the volcano warned it may erupt 'any second'
Volcano is located close to the world's most important anthropological sites
Peak is located close to site of 400 human footprints from 19,000 years ago
A massive eruption of the 'Mountain of God' volcano in Tanzania is imminent - and it could wipe out key sites in human history, scientists have warned.
Also known as Ol Doinyo Lengai, the 7,650ft (2,331m) volcano is less than 70 miles away from where footprints left by our ancestors 3.6 million years ago have been discovered.
And it is also close to a spot where 400 human footprints from 19,000 years ago have been found by scientists.