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Arenal, Costa Rica, is a stratovolcano that was dormant until 1968 when it burst into eruption. That strong explosion threw huge blocks as far as 5 kilometers. Activity has continued since with slow moving, thick lava flows and intermittent explosions of incandescent blocks. This apparent time exposure from shows the tracks of many of these blocks.

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