(Jana's POV) "So we're supposed to drink this?" Leon says suspiciously eying the lava river. "I guess," I admit and I get on my knees so I'm closer to the river. Leon coughs as he replicates my actions. He scoops his hands into the lava and jeers lightly, "To surviving." I dive my hands in and I'm surprised that the Phlegethon is almost on the cool side. "To surviving." I agree and I bring my hands to my lips. I take a gulp and I and I immediately feel nauseous because it tastes that awful.

Hot lava river, a fresh lava flow from a volcanic vent, is a liquid at temperatures from 700 to °C to °F). Silicon dioxide, also known as silica - a component of common household.

Pahoehoe is a bit hotter, forms lava tubes with many units, thin with lower viscosity & thickness so faster. Both slow down speed as they cool.

Fire Art of Earth. Rolls of still red glowing hot lava appear like living blankets. Pahoehoe Lava - Kilauea Volcano on Kauai, Hawaii

Abstract Patterns Found in Nature by Thorsten Scheuermann                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Abstract Patterns Found in Nature by Thorsten Scheuermann

Born in Fire - Abstract shot of glowing lava forming patterns known as "Pele's Braids" during twilight on the Big Island of Hawaii. Photography by Thorsten Scheuermann

Volcano Lava - Kilauea, Hawaii, USA

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25 Adorable and Breathtaking Places Around the World - Volcano Lava Kilauea, Hawaii, USA

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Active lava flow in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Massive rock layers laid down in hours and days-- millions of years not required.

Trapped steam beneath a river of lava accumulates a tremendous amount of pressure until it escapes in an instantaneous explosion of a lava, causing a rare lava bubble. Hawaii

Trapped steam beneath a river of lava accumulates a tremendous amount of pressure until it escapes in an instantaneous explosion of a lava, causing a rare lava bubble. Photography by Bruce Omori

Photographer Risks Getting Burned To Capture Lava, Meteor, Milky Way And Moon In A Single Shot

Photographer Risks Getting Burned To Capture Lava, Meteor, Milky Way And Moon In A Single Shot

Actually click on this and look at other pictures of this volcano in Hawaii.  Great Pictures!

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Picture: G. Brad Lewis / Barcroft Media , the Kilauea Volcano, the most active on earth

So pretty! But seriously, how do people take these kinds of pictures without being burnt!?!?!

Color & Contrast The Color & Contrast of the lava and rock in this picture are really cool! I love the lave thats falling and its really bright orange. The steam coming off of it makes for effect. Overall, this is a fantastic picture.

~~Lava Bleed ~ Kalapana lava flow, Hawaii by Bruce Omori~~

Lava Bleed - Fresh pahoehoe oozes from beneath the fractured crust of the leading edge of a flow, consuming all in its path. Photography by Bruce Omori

~~ON FIRE ! Lava and toxic smoke, Big Island, Hawaii by Abdulmajeed  Aljuhani~~

~~ON FIRE ! Lava and toxic smoke, Big Island, Hawaii by Abdulmajeed Aljuhani~~ (Pour Water People)

Blue Lava, Ijen Crater - Indonesia ( I already have something like this in here, but this one hea more pictures)

Blue Lava, Ijen Crater - Indonesia

Burning Sulfur - Blue Lava, Ijen Crater - Indonesia ( I already have something like this in here, but this one hea more pictures)

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