Lava Enters the Pacific Ocean Antarctica in 5 minutes 1 day ago   02:12

Lava finally reaches the Pacific Ocean at Kamokuna after a seven mile journey from the Pu'u O'o vent in Kilauea Volcano.

A small black sand beach is formed when the surf quenches the hot lava.

Recorded March 27, 2005

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s khan
Really , I Believe in God
s khan
Really , I Believe in God
Pablo Escobar
Virgil Williams
Satan taking a serious hot shit into the pacific ocean, and can't stop :)
Camilo Moya Official YouTube Channel
sex pure sex
it was having diarrhea
Faridzi Febrian
can we somehow use that energy? hahaha
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Oleg B
hmm, who thought of this idea? The cycle of forming earth. The lower parts of ground burn via lava and being put back up as a new layer on top...
Barbie Richards
That looks nasty
Сергей Зеленый
на это можно смотреть вечно
Lord Zanthar Teh Allen
Does anyone else think that lava looks delicious to eat?
Warsito Hartanto
menakjubkan bro.
Lucie Esprit
this is beautiful
Sofa King
When Water and lava mixes, the water will evaporate, assuming it's salt water, this can also carry chemical gasses along such as chlorine gas (from components of the lava) This can also create phreatomagmatic explosions, and can form large craters or pillow basalts.
Daniele Drammauta
Something's big is cooking.. Brace yourselves.
Beautiful. Thank you.
jonas grestad
When laves joins with water obsidian gets made... minecraft evryone
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