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Volcano-karstic island
A succession of geological upheavals has shaped the astonishing relief of the rock that rises, Rurutu, the northernmost island of the Austral Islands. It is a volcano-karstic island of makatea type, a geological phenomenon named after another island of French Polynesia. It is known for its whale passages and an observatory has been built in the north-east of the island.
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