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  • Kelly Visser

    WHOA. Caught on camera: The 30 metre high tornado of FIRE that whirled around Australian outback for terrifying 40 minutes Fire tornadoes occur when a column of warm, rising air contacts with - or creates - fire on the ground An astonished filmmaker is coming to grips with the moment he witnessed one of nature's rarest phenomenons - a tornado comprised entirely of fire- and lived to tell the tale. Chris Tangey had been out in Alice Springs, Australia, scouting locations for a new movie.

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