A team of Russian photographers were able capture an incredibly rare event as four volcanoes erupted simultaneously within about 100 miles of each other. The amazing display occurred in the Kamchatka region in Russia's far East.

The photographers also attached a video camera to the outside of their helicopter, and it rotated 360 degrees to capture all of the eruptions.

Martha MacCallum discussed the phenomenon with Corey Powell of Discover Magazine, who said the Siberian region is home to 29 active volcanoes and about 150 dormant ones.

"Nobody's ever seen anything like this. Four

different volcanoes, four separate eruptions happening at the same time, unprecedented," said Powell, who went on to explain why this activity is occurring in that part of the world.

Check out the interview and the amazing scenes: