December 6, 2021

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World War II sunken ships floating on the island of Iwo Jima in Japan by volcanic activity

Volcanic activity in En Archipelago of Okasavara IslandsIn Japan, something appeared from a science fiction book: Many ships appeared to have sunk during World War II.

What happened? Iwo Jima Island, a scene from one of the bloodiest battles in history, Rose above sea level, As a result of a submarine registered for several weeks. Thus, ships that sank 75 years ago have been found on the surface since 1945 after being underwater.

Ships showing significant deterioration, They belong to the US Navy. They sank while trying to build a port on the island. However, Other versions claim that they are Japanese ships Drowned by the Americans.

The landmass of Japan is made up of 6852 islands And both volcanic and seismic activities are permanent, with a long history of earthquakes and tsunamis. There are an estimated 110 active volcanoes on land and underwater.

The coast of Eva Jima, where ships appeared 1200 km from Honshu, the main island of Japan, where Tokyo, Osaka and Hiroshima are located. The eruptions of those weeks have even done so A new island will be created last August.

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