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Lava flow from Spain's volcano forms 50-meter high pyramid in ocean


Santa Cruz de La Palma, Sep 28 (EFE).- The lava of the volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma advanced Tuesday in a more fluid way and has already reached the ocean after passing through an area of banana trees. (Camera: ANGEL MEDINA).SHOT LIST: THE LAVA FROM THE LA PALMA'S VOLCANO ON THE ISLAND OF LA PALMA, CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN.

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