Hawaii, USA. 20th May 2018. Lava and poisonous sulfur dioxide plumes rise from fissure 20 as the molten magma reaches the ocean from the eruption of the Kilauea volcano May 20, 2018 in Pahoa, Hawaii. Hot lava entering the ocean creates a dense white plume called "laze" (short for "lava haze"). Laze is formed as hot lava boils seawater to dryness. Credit: Planetpix/Alamy Live News

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