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Montevideo, November 17th 2018 - 14:03 UTC
A large mass of granite has been found on the seabed off the coast of Rio de Janeiro, suggesting that a continent may have existed in the Atlantic Ocean, a Japanese agency and the Brazilian government announced this week. Read full article
Don't tell Argentina. They'll want to claim it.
You beat me to it :-)
No doubt the Japanese found the RG flag flying at the top of this granite edifice, buggers sneak in everywhere and put them up, then sneak out again.
Brazil has finally found the mythical Malvinas Islands!
Perhaps we can persuade Brazil to call it Malvina's. ;)
No this seamount is made of granite whereas the Malvinas are made of pixie dreams. The search goes on.
finding this is just the start of her problems,
CFK will see to that.
UN look out a complaint is winging its way to you right now..lol.
This area was ceaded to Argentina by the Spanish.
Argentina and the malvinas / falkland islands have nothing to do with this article. Show's again how some of you clowns are obsessed with that story while ignoring the real issues (serious problems) at home.
Anyway, this article shows why Brazil is looking into deep sea mining.
this is from forbes magazine 2012.
Serious problems at home (where is Fido Dido's home) and Brazilian deep sea mining were also not in the article.
But at least our posts were funny.
8 to 1 says you're a loser Fido Dido.
we are only trying to help.
The seabed where the granite mass was found is estimated to have sunk into the sea several tens of million years ago.
No man-made structures have been found.
........ hardly surprising
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