Japan: WWII ships emerge from the sea due to volcanic activity

Context: The eruption of the underwater volcano Fukutoku-Okanoba, located 5 kilometers from the island of Iōtō, caused the creation of an islet of volcanic material. This moved the ships out of the water.

Relevance: Ships from the Second World War emerged from the sea in Japan, due to an underwater volcanic activity that took place in August and did not occur 35 years ago. Some of these ships remained on the mainland.

Data: According to historians, they think the ships are remnants of a port that the United States tried to build. It is also said that they were Japanese ships that the Americans captured in 1945 and were used as breakwaters. Trade

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