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CaptionDevil's Woodyards: Located in Princess Town it is one of Trinidad's most well-known mud volcanoes Devil's Woodyard contains an active mud volcano emitting through surface cracks warm bubbling mud that forms into a cone as it cools. Some local Hindus hold this to be a sacred spot and worship here. The Devil's Woodyard first erupted in 1852 _________ The term "mud-volcano" generally is applied to a more or less violent eruption or surfaces extrusion of watery mud or clay which almost invariably is accompanied by methane gas Visit the Geological Society of Trinidad and Tobago to learn more about mud volcanoes and see fotos of the 1005 eruption of Devil's Woodyard.
HeadlineDevil's Woodyard is oldest known [1852]& most accessible
Copyright Noticegstt.org
CreditWall & Sawkins 1857
URLhttp://www.gstt.org/teaching/Devil's%20woodyard.htm

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