No, Sharkcano is not the cult-hit series about a shark tornado off the coast of New Jersey. It is, in fact, a real-live undersea volcano, that is home to—you guessed it—thousands and thousands of sharks. But not your typical sharks. These sharks shouldn’t even be alive.
Spin your globe to the Solomon Islands, halfway between Hawaiʻi and Australia, in the southwest Pacific Ocean. Near the island of Vangunu sits Kavachi. A volcano named after the local God of the Sea.