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{{Mount fuji|title1=|image1=Mt fuji.jpg|caption1=|continent=Asia|status=Flooded/Inactive}}
 
{{Mount fuji|title1=|image1=Mt fuji.jpg|caption1=|continent=Asia|status=Flooded/Inactive}}
'''Mount Fuji''' was a stratovolcano located near [[Tokyo]] in [[Japan]]. Its height was 3776 meters tall. It last erputed in 1707. Is the highest mountain of the same country.
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'''Mount Fuji''' was a stratovolcano located near [[Tokyo]] in [[Japan]]. It had a height of 3776 meters tall and it last erupted in 1707. It was the highest mountain in the same country.
 
   
   
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== History ==
 
== History ==
   
 
During the [[2012 apocalypse]], Mount Fuji presumably entered into an eruption, along with the earthquake that destroyed most of Japan, engulfing half of the island when its ash cloud began to spread around the country, killing its population of Japanese people. With the rest of the ruined Japan, Mount Fuji was then swept by a megatsunami during the [[Worldwide Flooding]].
   
 
After the apocalypse ended, Mount Fuji is currently submerged underwater while becoming dormant again. <br />
 
 
 
 
During the [[2012 apocalypse]], Mount Fuji presumably entered into an eruption, along with the earthquake that destroyed most of Japan, engulfing half of Japan when its ash cloud spread around the island of Japan, killing its population of Japanese people. With the rest of Japan, Mount Fuji was then swept by a megatsunami during the [[Worldwide Flooding]].
 
 
After the apocalypse ended, Mount Fuji is now submerged underwater while becoming dormant again. <br />
 
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Revision as of 13:02, 7 May 2021

Mount Fuji was a stratovolcano located near Tokyo in Japan. It had a height of 3776 meters tall and it last erupted in 1707. It was the highest mountain in the same country.



History

During the 2012 apocalypse, Mount Fuji presumably entered into an eruption, along with the earthquake that destroyed most of Japan, engulfing half of the island when its ash cloud began to spread around the country, killing its population of Japanese people. With the rest of the ruined Japan, Mount Fuji was then swept by a megatsunami during the Worldwide Flooding.

After the apocalypse ended, Mount Fuji is currently submerged underwater while becoming dormant again.

External links

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