If by “inside” you mean, deep down in a volcanic opening, I would say it is doubtful than animals occupy such spaces, as such spaces in long dormant volcanoes (those which have been proven to have erupted at some point in the fat distant past and are likely to someday erupt again) have a tendency to seal themselves off naturally with the help of good ol’ mother nature armed with her plentiful gifts of foliage and earth. The soil surrounding volcanoes is rich in nutrients and makes for plentiful circumstances for plant and animal life, so it is not at all uncommon for animals to live near, on, or around a dormant volcano.
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