We have been warned repeatedly that rising sea levels will wipe small Pacific Island nations from the map of the world thanks to climate change; that they are particularly vulnerable to human-caused emissions of carbon dioxide. Not so the island with the crazy-sounding name Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai. It wasn’t overtaken by rising sea levels.
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