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Experts are speechless about the phenomenon that is creating the division of Africa into two parts: This is the only country on earth...
Written by SOT.COM.AL 17 Mars 2023
The new images show just how deep the damage could be as part of Africa is physically breaking apart and a new ocean is forming between the two divides.
Two parts of Kenya's landmass have begun to separate in recent years, with the two masses now so far apart that a whole new ocean will pass through the divide in the future.
If the division continues, it is thought that the African countries of Zambia and Uganda may one day have their own coastlines.
According to the journal Geophysical Research Letters, experts now know the exact place where the crack started as the boundaries of three tectonic plates that have gradually moved away from each other. The international effort has revealed that the crack currently runs 35 miles after it first appeared in 2005 in the Ethiopian desert. Christopher Moore, a researcher at the University of Leeds, told NBC News: "This is the only place on Earth where you can study how a continental rift becomes an oceanic rift." Moore used satellite radar technology to monitor volcanic activity in the East African region most commonly associated with the continent's gradual breakup.
Experts believe that the gap will continue to widen and in the future we will see East Africa form its own separate continent. Ken Macdonald, a marine geophysicist and professor based at the University of California, explained: “With GPS measurements, you can measure movement rates down to a few millimeters per year. “As we get more and more measurements from GPS, we can get a much better understanding of what's going on. “The Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea will overflow over the Afar region and into the Rift Valley of East Africa and become a new ocean, and that part of East Africa will become its own little continent.