Seamount: is a submarine mountain rising several hundred fathoms above the floor of the sea but having its summit well below the surface of the water.
Hawaiian Translation: Pae mauna kai
Loihi seamount is Hawai'i's youngest volcano. This picture shows the height and shape of the volcano. while an active volcano it is also known as a seamount as its summit is still underwater.
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