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  • Simon Cook

    New Zealand’s north island is home to Mount Taranaki, or Mount Egmont, a 2,518 meter (8,261 ft) tall active volcano. Taranaki is quite young for a volcano, having become active only 135,000 years ago. Its most recent activity was a mere 160 years ago. Mount Taranaki is the center of the Egmont National Park

  • Sam Ultide

    NASA satellite photo of Taranaki. The forested area matches the national park boundary fairly closely. - NEO egmont big - Mount Taranaki - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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