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Volcanic Ash Covers Lake Nahuel Huapi
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Volcanic Ash Covers Lake Nahuel Huapi
A diver attempts to swim in Lake Nahuel Huapi, Argentina which is currently covered by a thick layer of volcanic ash. The ash was released by the volcano Puyehue, which began erupting June 3rd 2011.


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Posted by Spock on June 18, 2011
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