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Black lava of Oldoinyo Lengai Volcano, Tanzania

Black lava of Oldoinyo Lengai Volcano, Tanzania

(2:30) Oldoinyo Lengai Volcano in Tanzania errupts a silvery/black carbonatite lava which at 550C - 700C, it is too cool to glow. More...

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guest123456789 guest123456789 (740 days ago)
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Damn that global warming. It is causing volcano eruptions now. What's next, earth quakes?

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Damn that global warming. It is causing volcano eruptions now. What's next, earth quakes?

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Guest: thundercat (740 days ago)

Omg the last shot is a funny one.

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Omg the last shot is a funny one.

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