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Volcanic ash on Lake Nahuel Huapi

Volcanic ash on Lake Nahuel Huapi

A thick layer of volcanic ash from the erupting Puyehue Volcano in Chile covers Lake Nahuel Huapi in Argentina. A brave scuba diver dives below to investigate.

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Guest: It's a bit dusty (2346 days ago)
It looks like an Alien world and that the diver is investigating a methane lake or something.......
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It looks like an Alien world and that the diver is investigating a methane lake or something.......
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Guest: It's a bit dusty (2346 days ago)
...And was promptly eaten by some hungrey piranhas......
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...And was promptly eaten by some hungrey piranhas......
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Guest: (2345 days ago)
Latest comment: My first thought is that it would be as black as pitch under the surface. Not very appealing.
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Latest comment: My first thought is that it would be as black as pitch under the surface. Not very appealing.
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