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La Bufarora in Ensenada Mexico.
La Bufadora is a marine geyser, or Blowhole located on the Punta Banda Peninsula in Baja California, Mexico. The spout of marine water (occurring every minute or so to varying degrees of height) is created when ocean waves and air are drawn into an underwater cave located in the cliffside, and the trapped air and water then explode upwards. This interaction not only creates the upward-shooting spout, but a thunderous noise as well.
La Bufadora is the second largest blowhole in the world, and can shoot upwards as high as 80 feet above sea level.
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