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Lonquimay volcano erupting. Night view of an eruption of Lonquimay volcano in Chile. This volcano stands 2890 metres tall. The streaks here are trails left by molten matter as it is ejected from the volcano. Volcanoes are vents into reservoirs of molten rock (magma) which erupt when the pressure on the magma increases and forces it through the vent.
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