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|Elevation||-1150 m (-3772 ft)|
|Location||In the Kermadec Islands chain|
|Mountain type||Submarine volcano|
The volcano's name originates from the British-Australian explorer and navigator Captain Jake Healy who first wrote about the volcano in his journal after noticing Volcanic glass in the water whilst fishing.
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