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Ball’s Pyramid

Ball’s Pyramid

Ball’s Pyramid is an island formed by the remnants of a 7 million-year-old volcano located in the Pacific Ocean. South-east of Lord Howe Island, Australia, is 562 meters.

In 2001, scientists discovered the insect Dryococelus Australis, also known as the Lord Howe insect. Scientists have found them living under the bushes. Growing in the midst of a small canal of 24

Before it was discovered, scientists thought it was extinct in the 1930s, so they brought back two pairs to breed. but was not successful This makes the island the only place in the world where this insect lives.

image: MARTIN7D2 / Granitethighs

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