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    • VIQUA

      Some Weird and Amazing Places on Our Planet Earth Inspired by Earth Day 2014, I searched the internet for some really amazing articles about some of our landscapes.  Grab your bucket list and a pen and click ahead. Earth Day 2014: Real Places You Need to See to Believe. [caption id="attachment_866" align="aligncenter" width="300"]

    • Nick Cobb

      25 Crazy Facts About Planet Earth That Will Boggle Your Mind

    • Jana Rade

      Scientists locate 'trigger' for large-scale volcanic eruptions

    • Steve Yocom

      Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - Big Island, HI

    • T A

      33 foot high fountain of pāhoehoe lava, Hawaii, United States; Wikipedia

    • Dana Taylor

      photo 004. Photo of red-hot lava fountain making graceful arch through the air. This is also the cover photo for this publication

    • Angi Jackson

      Boiling hot fudge, like lava, good recipe

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