New Zealand, a terrible landfall New Zealand, a terrible landfall
Written by  May 07, 2018 - 91 Views

New Zealand, a terrible landfall

A giant land landing took place on a cow farm in New Zealand, in New Zealand's Bay of Plenty.

Some researchers have found that the landfall caused by heavy rains is the result of volcanic deposits of 60,000 years.

The ranch manager, Colin Tremin, according to Russia today, that the crack called "Tomo", could have appeared on 30 April 2018 due to heavy rain.

It is currently 180 meters long and 20 meters wide.

Fracture is the tenth of the cracks that have appeared in this ranch in recent years.

"This is three times bigger than all the other cracks we've seen before," said Scott Scott, a volcanologist at GNS Science.

Scientists were interested in the tomo, after it turned out to be formed above the crater of the ancient volcano that erupted for the last time 60,000 years ago.

A similar phenomenon occurred in the Black Continent early last month, with a massive 20-meter-long, 15-meter-long incline that spanned several kilometers on land near Nairobi, Kenya.

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