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Standing 4,000 feet above the ocean on the southeastern side of Hawaii's Big Island, Kilauea is the worlds “Most active volcano.” Journey into a lava tube to meet the mysterious creatures that live under this active volcano, go underwater to see what happens when 2000 degree lava pours into 80 degree ocean water, see how scientists on Hawai`i are fighting a never-ending war against a killer invader, and meet the one man who still calls Kilauea home.

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