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Bandera Crater
New Mexico

Bandera Crater Located in central New Mexico Erupted 10,000 yeas ago, The Lava Flow from this vent is 23 Miles long. Its part of Park that includes trail and a Ice cave

Copyright: Thomas Stano
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 12132x1598
Subida: 06/06/2014
Actualizado: 09/06/2014
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Tags: bandera; crater; volocano; new mexico; lava; flow
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