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A volcano was discovered in Hong Kong

top view of volcano erupting during daytime

Visitors are impressed by the hexagonal columns of volcanic rocks on the Kwo Chau Islands, southeast of Hong Kong.

The ancient volcano that last exploded 140 million years ago is considered one of the oldest in the world, according to the Hong Kong Geological Survey Center.

This is the first discovery of an ancient supernova in southeast China.

A volcano, writes wikipedia, is called a volcano capable of producing an eruption with a volume of volcanic material greater than 1,000 cubic kilometers.

Pride can be created when magma in the Earth rises from a hot spot to the bark but cannot penetrate it. Pressure generates a large and ever-increasing amount of magma until the crust is unable to contain the pressure.

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