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English: The Crater - Hypipamee National Park, Atherton Tableland, Queensland, Australia This is the surface crater of a volcanic pipe or diatreme about 100m across. Its sheer walls have a water pool at the bottom. The pipe turns at a depth of some 80m underwater and tracks towards other volcanic formations in the region.
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