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1580. Pinnacles along Annie Creek were created when fumeroles vented...

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Caption: 1580. Pinnacles along Annie Creek were created when fumeroles vented through loose pumice deposits and cemented the more erosion-resistant conical formations. Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USA.
Location: Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USA
Copyright: © Connie Toops
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Drift nets lost or discarded from fishing boats in the North Pacific are collected by volunteer marine debris removal teams and piled on high ground to prevent further entanglement of sea lions and sea turtles until the debris can be removed.
© 2011 Connie Toops
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