Mobsea Logo
Home

How are islands made

Interesting Questions

<
^
>

How are islands made

Islands are usually of two types - continental and oceanic islands. Continental islands are basically extensions of a continent that remain connected underwater along parent continent's coastline. Whereas Oceanic islands are formed when a volcanic activity or other disturbances take place on the ocean floor. These islands are thus pushed out of the ocean floor. United Kingdom and Japan are examples of continental islands whereas Hawaii is an oceanic island.


<
^
>

Who was the first person to fly across the Atlantic Ocean
How are seeds made
Which is the biggest ocean
Why do we yawn
What is Astronomy
How much high are waterfalls
What was the venue for the first Olympics
Which was the biggest ever land animal
How do magnets help in navigation
Can we hear our heartbeat
What are Constellations
What is an avalanche
More ...


Test your English Language
Most Popular Apps Employees Use At Work
Healthy Cheek
Tummy Toning Exercises
Most Stylish Bikes
Benefits of Passion fruits
Small Things That Can Bring You Joy
Benefits of Grapefruits
Stunning Photos That Will Make You Want To See The World
Types of love in your Life
Mouthwatering Foods to Try
Galileo Galilei
Beat The Heat
Benefits of Iceberg lettuce
Healthy Foot
Football Players
Step to finding your perfect man
Strange Natural Wonders of the World
Strange Smelling Fragrances You Wont Believe Exist