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February 22 2014
A string of Pacific islands have apparently "grown back" after they were devastated by a typhoon a century ago.
A powerful typhoon in 1905 killed all but two inhabitants of the Nadikdik Atoll - part of the Marshall Islands - and washed away most of the islands' landmass. But the islands seem to have re-established themselves - one has become a fully vegetated, stable island again - while several smaller islands have reappeared and formed into a single, larger landmass, the New Zealand Herald reports.
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