- It’s between 150, 000 to 200,000 years old.
- It was named by a famous English sea captain and explorer in 1769.
- Its native name means “that which can be made visible.”
- Natives used this volcano for its sulphur supplies and tasty Muttonhead birds.
- In 1953 it beame a scenic private reserve, protecting both the land and its wildlife.
We sailed by this puffing volcano, rather than taking a closer look. Any idea where in the world you’d find it?