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Signs of Ancient Mega-Tsunami Could Forecast Modern Event

Scientists working off west Africa in the Cape Verde Islands have found evidence that the sudden collapse of a volcano there tens of thousands of years ago generated an ocean tsunami that dwarfed anything ever seen by humans. The researchers … Continue reading

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Scientists discover world’s largest volcano — underwater

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A volcano the size of the British Isles is the biggest ever to be discovered on Earth, scientists have confirmed.
The Tamu Massif volcano is located around 1,000 miles east of Japan and is the largest feature of the Shatsky Rise, an underwater mountain range that formed around 140 million years…

A volcano the size of the British Isles is the biggest ever to be discovered on Earth, scientists have confirmed.

The Tamu Massif volcano is located around 1,000 miles east of Japan and is the largest feature of the Shatsky Rise, an underwater mountain range that formed around 140 million years ago by the eruption of several underwater volcanoes.

It covers an area roughly the size of the state of New Mexico and is nearly as big as the giant volcanoes of Mars, meaning it is one of the largest in the solar system.

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Scientists discover world’s largest volcano — underwater

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A volcano the size of the British Isles is the biggest ever to be discovered on Earth, scientists have confirmed.
The Tamu Massif volcano is located around 1,000 miles east of Japan and is the largest feature of the Shatsky Rise, an underwater mountain range that formed around 140 million years…

A volcano the size of the British Isles is the biggest ever to be discovered on Earth, scientists have confirmed.

The Tamu Massif volcano is located around 1,000 miles east of Japan and is the largest feature of the Shatsky Rise, an underwater mountain range that formed around 140 million years ago by the eruption of several underwater volcanoes.

It covers an area roughly the size of the state of New Mexico and is nearly as big as the giant volcanoes of Mars, meaning it is one of the largest in the solar system.

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Scientists discover world’s largest volcano — underwater

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A volcano the size of the British Isles is the biggest ever to be discovered on Earth, scientists have confirmed.
The Tamu Massif volcano is located around 1,000 miles east of Japan and is the largest feature of the Shatsky Rise, an underwater mountain range that formed around 140 million years…

A volcano the size of the British Isles is the biggest ever to be discovered on Earth, scientists have confirmed.

The Tamu Massif volcano is located around 1,000 miles east of Japan and is the largest feature of the Shatsky Rise, an underwater mountain range that formed around 140 million years ago by the eruption of several underwater volcanoes.

It covers an area roughly the size of the state of New Mexico and is nearly as big as the giant volcanoes of Mars, meaning it is one of the largest in the solar system.

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Scientists discover world’s largest volcano — underwater

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A volcano the size of the British Isles is the biggest ever to be discovered on Earth, scientists have confirmed.
The Tamu Massif volcano is located around 1,000 miles east of Japan and is the largest feature of the Shatsky Rise, an underwater mountain range that formed around 140 million years…

A volcano the size of the British Isles is the biggest ever to be discovered on Earth, scientists have confirmed.

The Tamu Massif volcano is located around 1,000 miles east of Japan and is the largest feature of the Shatsky Rise, an underwater mountain range that formed around 140 million years ago by the eruption of several underwater volcanoes.

It covers an area roughly the size of the state of New Mexico and is nearly as big as the giant volcanoes of Mars, meaning it is one of the largest in the solar system.

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Scientists discover world’s largest volcano — underwater

http://earthchangesmedia.com/news/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/405712.jpg
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A volcano the size of the British Isles is the biggest ever to be discovered on Earth, scientists have confirmed.
The Tamu Massif volcano is located around 1,000 miles east of Japan and is the largest feature of the Shatsky Rise, an underwater mountain range that formed around 140 million years…

A volcano the size of the British Isles is the biggest ever to be discovered on Earth, scientists have confirmed.

The Tamu Massif volcano is located around 1,000 miles east of Japan and is the largest feature of the Shatsky Rise, an underwater mountain range that formed around 140 million years ago by the eruption of several underwater volcanoes.

It covers an area roughly the size of the state of New Mexico and is nearly as big as the giant volcanoes of Mars, meaning it is one of the largest in the solar system.

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