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A volcanic undersea tear has combined an island in a Pacific Ocean near Tonga while falling another small island nearby.
The former island of Lateiki is now submerged, according to a news website Matangi Tonga. The website reports, citing geologist Taaniela Kula, that a new Lateiki island is about 328 feet wide and 1,312 feet long. The new island seemed 394 feet west of a smaller, now submerged predecessor.
The progressing Lateiki island initial seemed in 1995.
AN ENTIRE HAWAIIAN ISLAND HAS VANISHED BENEATH THE WAVES
On Monday, GeoNet, a collaborative beginning between a New Zealand government’s Earthquake Commission and GNS Science, tweeted out satellite images of a area.
An conceal of satellite images of a area. The picture on a right shows a relations positions, in green, of a new, incomparable island and a smaller, now submerged, successor.
“Since mid-Oct we’ve been tracking a #Lateiki (#Metis Shoal) #eruption with satellite imagery. By Nov 1 an elongated island has seemed during a categorical concentration of activity,” it said.
The “1995 dome,” or a former Lateiki island, “appears to have gone,” it explained.
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An conceal combination picture of satellite cinema taken over a series of years shows a relations positions of a new and former Lateiki island.
Last year an whole Hawaiian island vanished underneath a waves in a arise of Hurricane Walaka.
Fox News’ Christopher Carbone contributed to this article.
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