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Why does Australia have active volcanoes despite being tectonically stable?

Australia has seen several of its volcanoes erupt recently. The last volcanic eruption dates back only 5,000 years. As many people know, Australia is tectonically stable. So, in theory, not many people expect severe earthquakes or volcanism to occur here. And yet they did, collectively, about 31 million years ago. Starting in northern Queensland, slowly working their way south over time, they reached Victoria 7 million years ago, where they completely transformed the land. The ancient landscape that once existed here was buried under wave after wave of lava flow. This is the history of Australian volcanoes and is an excellent example of intraplate volcanoes. I hope you enjoyed this video. If you want to stay in the loop for more content like this please ‘Like’, Share, Comment and Subscribe to the channel, it helps us a lot. If you are unable to donate, I totally understand! The biggest support factor you can stick to is watching videos to the end (very important for our SEO) and sharing, so please consider doing this so Youtube can recommend our channel more. If you are able to support our channel on Youtube or Patreon membership or by donating through our PayPal, the link to all these options can be found below: 💗 Link to our gofundme: -help-ozgeographics- to make his dream come true 💟 Link to our PayPal: for one time donations to show your support for the channel and to allow me to focus on this channel. 🌋 Subscribe to our Youtube channel: About OzGeographics OzGeographics, formerly known as Geographics, is an Australia-based Youtube channel that publishes high-quality documentaries in an easy-to-understand format. We mainly post videos on topics in earth science or natural disasters, but we occasionally post videos here and there that dive into other sciences, or other topics depending on how important the topic is to us. Our videos are for everyone, and our goal is to try to explain events that are difficult to understand in an easy-to-understand format that is not too “dry” in its presentation. We strive to explain scientific phenomena that are difficult to understand in a way that is not too boring or difficult to understand, so that people from all walks of life can understand, learn and enjoy this content and what we are discussing. comprehension level. We post videos minimum once a week and share them regularly with our community to keep them up to date on all things OzGeographics! Australia

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