Behind every disaster has new and beautiful creation, this is what happen to this island which holds a new title as world’s youngest island.
The youngest island named Hunga Tunga Hunga Ha’apai in the Pacific was evolved after an underwater volcano quake.
In 2015, the island emerged between two Tongan islands.
Experts said that the island will erupt within months but their wrong. As of now, they said that it will deteriorate in 30 years.
On March 16, 2009, a submarine eruption near Hunga Tonga-Hunga Haʻapai began spewing steam, smoke, pumice, and ash thousands of feet into the sky above the ocean.
According to Tonga’s chief geologist, Kelepi Mafi, reported lava and ash issuing from two vents—one on the uninhabited island Hunga Haʻapai and another about 100 metres (330 ft) offshore last March 21 in the same year.
The eruption had filled the gap between the two vents, creating new land surface that measured hundreds of square metres. The eruption devastated Hunga Haʻapai, covering it in black ash and stripping it of vegetation and fauna.
Scientists said that the island has a similar properties with Mars, they hope that it would give clues to further understand the Red Planet.