Strange human's eye - shaped volcano in Russia

Located in the middle of a vast ancient mud field, on Sakhalin Island (Russia), Pugachevsky volcano has the shape of a giant eye that has attracted great attention to the world.

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Pugachevsky volcano
Mud volcanoes are hundreds of times smaller than magma volcanoes, formed by gases and liquids deep in the earth under high pressure. The underground is where gas is often accumulated. The airbags here grow larger and as the barrier weakens, they push up on the ground. Photo: Eastrussia.
Pugachevsky volcano
Sakhalin is a large island in the northern Pacific Ocean. Walking around the island, you will come across images of black, bubbling mud pits. These are active mud volcanoes. Yuzhno, Pugachevsky vad Daginsky are 3 major volcanoes here. In it, Pugachevsky attracts visitors with the image like the eye when viewed from above. Photo: Pinterest.
Pugachevsky volcano
Pugachevsky is the second largest mud volcano in Sakhalin, located 167 km north of Yuzhno, where is riverhead of the Vulkanka and Pridorozhny rivers. This is a large swamp, elliptical shaped, stretching from southwest to northeast. Photo: Eastrussia.
Pugachevsky volcano
Pugachevsky has a circular shape in the middle of a vast ancient mud field. Moving closer, it looked like a human eye. Concentric circles follow one another with the mud rays spreading from the center to the outermost edge. The strange symmetry makes this place special compared to other mud volcanoes in the world. Photo: Epochtimes.
Pugachevsky volcano
Photographer Mikhailov accidentally discovered this miracle. He said: "This is a rare phenomenon. There are quite a lot of famous mud volcanoes in the world but I have never seen such shapes ... From helicopters, the scene shows up beautifully. The volcano just like the eyes of the island. " Photo: Hugehours.
Pugachevsky volcano
The center of the volcano is surrounded by gray-brown ridges. It is believed that the cause of the miracle is due to the large pressure that creates a sudden eruption. Mud erupts from a point and spreads out around the place giving the volcano a symmetrical shape. Photo: Hugehours.

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