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Hot lake getting deeper at Hawaiian volcano's summit

A crater at the Kilauea volcano's summit on Hawaii's Big Island contains a roughly 46-meter-deep lake, which is gradually getting bigger, the National Park Service says. The scorching-hot lake, which started forming in 2019 after the crater collapsed by nearly 488 meters, could reach a depth of 70 meters to match the area's water table, scientists say.

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