Lava is consumed by the Pacific Ocean at an ocean entry on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Lava is consumed by the Pacific Ocean at an ocean entry on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Lava from the banana flow of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii pours into the Pacific Ocean. The lava has created more than 500 acres of new land along the coastline. Credit: AP photo/ David Jordan.

Wow! Wild Volcanoes in Pictures

Lava from the banana flow of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii pours into the Pacific Ocean. The lava has created more than 500 acres of new land along the coastline. Credit: AP photo/ David Jordan.

Split-View Anacapa Arch, Channel Islands National Park, California Photo by Antonio Busiello--Thank you @Roberto Portolese

Split-View Anacapa Arch, Channel Islands National Park, California Photo by Antonio Busiello--Thank you @Roberto Portolese

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