On September 19, 2022, at 11:05 a.m. earthquake of magnitude 7.6 shook the Pacific coast of Mexico. The force of this event was observed at a distance of 2,400 kilometers by a researcher from the Death Valley National Park in California. The researcher studied the Devil’s Gata limestone cave that suddenly began to boil and swirl.

If an earthquake produces waves in a lake or in a body of water that is not completely closed, a phenomenon is created that is defined seiche. Conversely, if it occurs in an arid area, as in the case of Death Valley National Park, it is defined desert tsunami. The waves are obviously not comparable to those of the ocean, but they are much bigger than the waves you normally see in Devils Hole.

Events of this magnitude can change the lives of the population of Cyprinodon diabolis who lives in the cave where he has laid his for 10,000 years? egg and feeds on algae. no individual of this species has been affected by this phenomenon, but it is not yet known how many eggs and how many algae have been destroyed.

Source: Lega Nerd

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