Aerial view of two of Mount Etna's four craters

Aerial view of two of Mount Etna's four craters

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Caption: Mount Etna volcano. Aerial view of two of the four main active craters of Mount Etna in Sicily, Italy. The craters are steaming due to the high temperature of the rocks heating the water. Etna is a very active volcano which has erupted and released lava several times in recent history. Eruptions are caused by magma (molten rock beneath the surface) being forced up a vent by pressure from deep within the Earth.

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Keywords: active, active craters, crater, craters, etna, etna craters, geology, mount etna, sicily, snow, volcano

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