Google Maps has discovered a new island that is almost half the size of West Kochi.
Kerala, June 17: Kerala (off Kerala coast) a small kidney-shaped island in the sea off the coast of the state (kidney island) Shown in Google Maps. In reality, however, no one has ever seen the island. Google Maps Satellite Imagery (Google Maps Satellite Imagery) The island is to the west of Kochi (West Kochi) It’s about half that size, reports the News Minute. Experts say that such an island does not actually exist in the sea.
This type has puzzled many, including experts. Some have speculated that the island may have been submerged. By Chellanam Karshika Tourism Development Society (Chellanam Karshika Tourism Development Society) This issue was raised first. ‘Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies’ (Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies) The office bearers of this society wrote letters to the office bearers of this institution. The Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies is researching coastal sunshine and is now researching the new island.
The reasons behind the formation of this small island, its role in ocean currents and the artificial coastal resettlement of the Chellanam panchayat from this sand need to be studied, Javier Jaluppan, president of Chelanam Karshika, wrote in a Facebook post.
It is important to see how the island was formed. It also has to look at the role of sunlight in the oceans along with water waves and currents. Xavier in a letter to the University of Kerala also expressed the need to see how it can be used for artificial enrichment of the coastal areas of Chelanam.
According to The News Minute, nothing was known about this underwater island until Google Maps was captured by satellite imagery. When the island is actually found, its components and the reasons for its formation will be studied, the report said.
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