Giant Rock Formation Resembling a City Wall has been Discovered Under the Taiwan Strait

Posted by Chris Parker
Jan 06 2009

A giant rock formation resembling a city wall has been discovered under the Taiwan Strait.

The 220 meter stretch (721 feet) of basalt rock was found by biodiversity researcher Jeng Ming-hsiou.

He said it was likely to have been formed by a volcanic eruption up to 1,800 years ago. (Question; does being a biodiversity researcher make you an expert on natural rock formation as well?)

Link to a short video– (you have to watch the commercial first) Here

One Response

  1. Deniol says:

    Since when do volcanos spit out regularly shaped rocks?

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