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August 30, 2012
Journalists film Ninepin Group, also known as Kwo Chau Islands, where large hexagonal columns of volcanic...
Hong Kong, China
Journalists film Ninepin Group southeast of Hong Kong
Journalists film Ninepin Group, also known as Kwo Chau Islands, where large hexagonal columns of volcanic rock are exposed, southeast of Hong Kong, August 30, 2012. An ancient supervolcano that last erupted 140 million years ago, considered as one of the oldest supervolcanos, has been discovered in the southeastern part of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Geological Survey under the government's Civil Engineering and Development Department said on Thursday. It added that this is the first discovery of an ancient supervolcano in southeastern China. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
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