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          Mauna Loa, the biggest volcano on Earth half the Island of Hawaii. Just 35 miles to the northeast, Mauna Kea, known to native Hawaiians as Mauna a Wakea, rises nearly 14,000 feet above sea level. If they are so close together, how did they develop in two parallel tracks .Sifting through teaspoons of clay and sand scraped from the floors of caves.

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