Experts were also surprised to find an island off the coast of Kerala on Google Maps. An island-like structure in the depths of the Arabian Sea, 7 kilometers from the coast of Kochi, amazes everyone. More research is now being done on Mystery Island, which has been revealed by Google Maps. How was the original island formed? Is it in the ocean? So far no one has been able to post the perfect solution? Questions about whether. Kerala University of Fisheries and Oceanography (KUFOS) is preparing to search the suspected island.
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The mysterious island was first identified by the Chelanam Karshika Tourism Development Association. Earlier this month, the company published a post about the structure on its Facebook page. Google Maps shows an island-like structure in the Arabian Sea, seven kilometers off the coast of Kochi, and about 8 kilometers long. The length is 3.5 km. “We’ve been researching this structure for the past four years,” said KX Zulpain, president of the company. Kofusi University responded exceptionally to this post. Kufos Vice President Reggie John immediately contacted the President of Good Company. Go ahead to do research on this..
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Google Maps shows it to look like an underwater island, which is common around the world, but research on how it formed off the coast of Kerala is clear, says VC Reg John of Kufos University. In addition, he saw that the structure may have formed due to the dredging done by local fishermen in the port of Kochi. He noted that such structures are usually formed by underwater flow, accretion (return of coastal sediments to shore), and coastal erosion, which is actually a problem of coastal erosion in the southern part of Kerala. Now Kerala State University is designing a project as per the Kerala government directive on construction.
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