What Is a Lava Tube?

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Lava tubes are ordinary conduits through which lava travels underneath the surface of a lava flow, driven out by a volcano during an outburst. They can be vigorously draining lava from a supply and lava tubes are created by large flows of lava.
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( ′lä·və ′tüb ) (geology) A long, tubular opening under the crust of solidified lava.
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