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Organization releases dramatic video of bubbling, splattering volcanic lava

Volcanoes are both terrifying and fascinating, and, thanks to the United States Geological Survey those wanting to get an up-close look at an angry mountain need not put themselves in danger. It has strung together 11 minutes of footage from Hawaii highlighting the Halema?uma?u Crater's active lava lake. The bubbling and splattering locale is located atop the K?lauea Volcano and has been fuming and seething since the spring of 2008.
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