The world’s largest underwater volcanic eruption created a skyscraper the size of a skyscraper

The world's largest underwater volcanic eruption created a skyscraper the size of a skyscraper

A new study reveals that the largest active underwater volcanic eruption ever recorded in 2018 has given birth to a large “baby”: an underwater volcano the size of a skyscraper.

Scientists have discovered a 2,690-foot (820 m) volcano off the coast of Madagascar, near a normally peaceful area in the western Indian Ocean. After collecting geographical data in 2019, including data from an underwater survey of the area, the team identified the new underwater volcano as 1.5 times larger than the New York volcano. A World Trade Center. Also, this new “baby” comes from a deep reservoir of volcanic magma known to scientists.

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