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Capulin Volcano
Capulin Volcano from the road. (December 2013)

* Approximately 60,000 years ago, the rain of cooling cinders and four lava flows formed Capulin Volcano, a nearly perfectly-shaped cinder cone, rising more than 1000 feet above the surrounding landscape.Although long extinct, Capulin Volcano is dramatic evidence of the volcanic processes that shaped northeastern New Mexico. Today the pine forested volcano provide habitat for mule deer, wild turkey, and black bear.

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SenadRSubmitted by SenadR
on Dec 2, 2013 8:15 am

Image ID: 878195
Hits: 228 
Lat/Lon: 36.72395°N / 103.97699°W
Object Title: Capulin Volcano

Image Type(s): Hiking, Informational, Scenery, Panorama