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Puzzle Letter: Cone within a Cone

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This 30-foot cone inside the cinder cone Pu'u 'Ō'ō – which itself is on the flank of Kīlauea volcano – shows that Hawai'i volcanoes don't erupt from just one summit crater. The plumbing that brings magma to the surface ("magma" is molten rock before it surfaces, then it becomes "lava"), is a maze of cracks that open along the path of least resistance.

Photographer- G. Brad Lewis
Product dimensions: 5 x 7 inches
Printed with soy ink

* the receiver must put puzzle letter back together to read your message!

Sku: 300548
$3.00
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