When we think of Hawaii we usually think of placid and serene mountains with breathtaking beaches and greenery all around. Visuals of George Clooney’s movie The Descendants start coming to mind when we think of Hawaii but do you know that the island is also home to and famous for its active volcanoes. While many of the travelers usually walk the length and breadth of the picturesque beaches of Hawaii there are some nature enthusiasts who trek the dry lava fields in Big Island to see the active volcanoes up close. Kilauea is the most active volcano on earth and is famous for its glowing oozing lava; an aerial video of the molten lava has gone viral on social media and is breathtakingly beautiful. Also Read - Video of Crying Kid Telling Police Father Not to Go on Duty Goes Viral, Says ‘Bahar Corona Hai’
The stunning video captures one of the Earth’s most violently dangerous but beautiful phenomenon of molten lava oozing out of the volcano and travelling down its side. The video has been shared on Facebook by Hawaii News Now and has gone viral as it shows burning rocks and fire raging. The video has been viewed over 35,000 times on the social media. Kilauea volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Its name means “spewing” or “much spreading” in the Hawaiian language referring to its active state as it frequently issue lava from its crater. Pictures and Videos of People Ice Skating on the Canals in Amsterdam is Going Viral Also Read - Viral Video: Doctors in Rajasthan Sing 'Chhodo Kal Ki Baatein' to Show Hope in The Times of Coronavirus
Watch the viral video here:
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The video has left many awestruck as it has become viral on social media. It has garnered over 2,000 Facebook reactions, 916 shares and over 35,000 views. The video is really breathtaking and beautiful to watch but also gives us a sense of foreboding at the wrath of nature that might unleash causing havoc and widespread destruction.