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Hot Magma at the Molten erupting Mauna Loa Volcano in Hawaii

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Uploaded on Jul 7, 2007

This was filmed in April of 2007 on the Big Island of Hawaii. The volcano is called Mauna Loa and is constantly sending lava daily into the sea. When I was filming this the heat was UNbearable. When you get this close You don't want to fall over in the wrong place. I was about 3 to 4 feet at certain places and had to keep a safe distance, in case the lens on my camera melted. When I went to the ocean to film the lava coming into the ocean, I had to stay a safe distance away because the smoke you see are actually sulphuric fumes.

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