Lake Toba was a volcanic range located in Sumatra, Indonesia. It is also known as the Toba Supervolcano. It is famous of its eruption 74,000 years ago.

During the 2012 apocalypse, Lake Toba caused a Super Eruption, destroying Sumatra, killing millions of people, and generated a destructive ash cloud across Indonesia, rendering it uninhabitable. The Toba supervolcano became inactive and was swept away by a tsunami of 1500 meters in the Worldwide Flooding.

External links

  • Lake Toba at Wikipedia
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