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  • Lilly Lu

    Six-Legged Giant Finds Secret Hideaway, Hides For 80 Years. This is an amusing little story about the largest walking stick insect on the planet.

  • Julia McA

    Six-Legged Giant Finds Secret Hideaway, Hides For 80 Years (Ball's Pyramid in the Tasman sea is located 19 kilometers from Lord Howe Island east of Australia)

  • Kassie Thorpe

    They call it "Ball's Pyramid." It's what's left of an old volcano that emerged from the sea about 7 million years ago. A British naval officer named Ball was the first European to see it in 1788. It sits off Australia, in the South Pacific. It is extremely narrow, 1,844 feet high, and it sits alone. Interesting story here... Giant Insects live here!!!!

  • Tiffany Ash

    Ball's Pyramid, off the east coast of Australia -- looks so unreal like off of some sci-fi film

  • - Chickoteria

    Ball's Pyramid in the Tasman sea is located 19 kilometers from Lord Howe Island east of Australia. John White "Ball's Pyramid." It's what's left of an old volcano that emerged from the sea about 7 million years ago...near Australia

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