This site contains two of the most active volcanoes in the world: Mauna Loa (13,681 feet high) and Kilauea (4,101 feet high), both of which tower over the Pacific Ocean. Volcanic eruptions have created a constantly changing landscape, and the lava flows reveal surprising geological formations. Rare birds and native species can be found there, as well as forests of giant ferns.
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Copyright date: ©2006
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