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Volcanoes in the Back Yard (25 pics)

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It's a so called sand volcano that usually occurs after an earthquake. It is formed when sand is thrown up to the surface from a central position. As the sand is ejected it builds up in to a cone, taking on the appearance of a volcano as the sand comes to rest on its sides.

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№1 Author: superfao (17 Jul 2012 01:09) Total user comments: 209


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didn't understand the phenomena 02
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№2 Author: Nsibai (17 Jul 2012 01:59) Total user comments: 5694


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where?
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№3 Author: miscellaneous (17 Jul 2012 04:35) Total user comments: 4179


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I thought it was called liquefaction
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№4 Author: Louie (17 Jul 2012 07:19) Total user comments: 8189


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re loool
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№5 Author: CHCHGuy (17 Jul 2012 09:54) Total user comments: 89


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it is called liquefaction, caused by earthquakes.
and those pictures are all from Christchurch , New Zealand.
Welcome to my town

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№6 Author: Pilgrim (17 Jul 2012 14:08) Total user comments: 2288


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Far out! It looks like a bitch to clean up all that dirt tho..
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№7 Author: gemmy (17 Jul 2012 14:14) Total user comments: 25


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http://youtu.be/F6-knLM7MZA

I live in NZ too 04
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№8 Author: mahedi (17 Jul 2012 17:44) Total user comments: 10772


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Ok cool
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№9 Author: Lu (17 Jul 2012 22:28) Total user comments: 15100


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Tks for the info CHCHGuy. Never saw this before.
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№10 Author: raymond.wendt (18 Jul 2012 00:04) Total user comments: 9115


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i think i'd cover that up and sell the house.
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№11 Author: adzhoe (25 Jan 2013 22:40) Total user comments: 15017


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Very cool
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