Beneath the frozen surface of Antarctica would be volcanic

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And that extra heat could greatly accelerate the disappearance of the Pine Island Glacier, the glacier could melt due to intense underground volcanic activity.

Cold Antarctica with very thick glaciers

extending for miles above its bedrock. Scientists have previously discovered volcanic rift extending under West Antarctica and into the Ross Sea, with as many as 138 volcanoes identified. It is assumed that underneath there are volcanoes that have remained dormant for 2,200 years