A crew of scientists recently discovered the sudden collapse of a giant volcano 73,000 years ago unleashed a wave nearly 1,000ft in height, the largest ever seen on geological record.
Experts have today warned a similar catastrophic mega-tsunami could happen again.
The Fogo volcano at Cape Verde, which triggered the unprecedented wave, remains one of the world’s largest and most active island volcanoes.
The volcano suddenly became active late last year.
Seismologists said the eruption in November was one of the strongest ever recorded on the island.
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