If you’d like to see something really wild, try Kilauea volcano in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Since 1983 this volcano has been erupting on a regular basis. If you get a chance to see it, you can actually get close enough to it that it will start to melt the bottom of your shoes! But, this is a real volcano with real dangers. In the past 20 years this volcano has caused over $100 MILLION dollars in damage. The cool part of this hot volcano? It has also created over 560 acres (24 MILLION square feet) of new land by spewing up lava from beneath the earth’s surface.
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