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Volcano Dallol (Dallol) – Vulan lowest in the world, located at 48 meters below sea level and has a diameter of 1450 m crater, formed on the planet more than 900 million years ago. The average annual temperature at Dallol is also unique. In the 60 -ies of XX century it was 34 ° Celsius, which to this day remains the highest average annual temperature You may ask, how did such rich and cutting the eye color? Scientists explain it this way: after the explosion and eruption in 1926 (by the way, from the time the volcano “silent “) in its crater lake formed acid. And a distinctive white, yellow and red color is not more than a result of staining with different ions of sulfur and potash. Added picture is cosmic constant emissions of gases originating (fumaroles) like huge eggs. Let’s learn more about it…

 

 

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