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Topless mountain
When 12,000-foot high Mount Mazama blew its top in southern Oregon 7,700 years ago, 12 cubic miles of fiery rock and gas exploded 30 miles high and spread out over thousands of square miles – so extreme that it entered the legends of the Pacific Northwest Native Americans. The volcano collapsed in on itself, leaving the mountain without a peak.