A fire whirl more than 3,000 feet high is captured on video in Western Australia.
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It’s a fire. It’s a tornado. It’s a firenado! Fire tornadoes, also known as fire whirls, fire devils, or even firenados, are a common occurrence, but because they typically only last for a few minutes, they’re rarely captured on video. This footage of a 3,000-foot-high fire tornado was captured in Western Australia by the Department of Parks and Wildlife.
Learn more about fire tornadoes and how they happen.
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