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Kilauea erupts again!

One of the world's most active volcanoes has become active again. On June 7th, Kilauea, located in Volcanoes National Park, began spewing fountains of glowing lava from a lava lake in its caldera.  The lava lake is about 4,300 feet (1,300 meters) wide, and the eruptions were up to 150 feet (46 meters) high.

id5320096-kilauae-hawaii-volcano-erupting-wednesday(Courtesy of Janice Wei/National Park Service via AP)

You can see some terrific photos and a video clip of the volcano at the following link if you are interested.

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