One earthquake after another at the North Pole

A 5.8-magnitude earthquake 723 kilometers from the northern Norwegian city of Longyearbyen has caused a series of aftershocks. The 5.8-magnitude earthquake was 10 kilometers deep, SIA reports quoting foreign media.

5.1, 4.5 and 4.3 magnitude tremors were registered after the earthquake.

The fault line between the two poles, which crosses the Atlantic Ocean, joins the breaking line of the giant Pacific Ring, which crosses the Pacific Ocean, the largest body of water on Earth at the North Pole.

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