Megatsunamis – the threat Indonesians can’t flee

MALANG, East Java --- No imagination is needed to know why William Dampier named the westernmost part of Australia Shark Bay. The English explorer and naturalist would have marveled at the wildlife back in 1699. It's still there in what is now a World Heritage Site, 830 kilometers north of Perth. Apart from the Noahs (Ozzie slang for sharks), thousands of dugong and dolphins thrive in the globe's largest seagrass meadows. A smart observer though he was, Dampier didn't notice the huge limestone blocks sitting incongruously far from the ocean, or thought them unworthy of record. More than three centuries later, the state's most senior geologist Dr Phil Playford, came, saw and ...Keep on reading: Megatsunamis – the threat Indonesians can’t flee

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