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Much of the region north of New Zealand's North Island is made up of seamounts and small islands, including 16 submarine volcanoes. True or False
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User: Much of the region north of New Zealand's North Island is made up of seamounts and small islands, including 16 submarine volcanoes. True or False

Weegy: True
Expert answered|peanut213|Points 480|

User: What was the cause of the devastating tsunami in Southeast Asia in 2004?

Weegy: 9.0 magnitude earthquake
Expert answered|peanut213|Points 480|

User: What was the name of the earthquake that caused the devastating tsunami in Southeast Asia in 2004?

Weegy: It has no name.
Expert answered|peanut213|Points 480|

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