The latest geological survey in the South East has found that previously unknown volcanoes beneath our surface.
They were discovered in areas off the coast of Co Waterford during the survey which was carried out by Tellus in the region early last May.
There's no need to worry however, the volcanoes are extinct and were formed some 460 million years ago.
A major geological fault running north-south through the region from Tramore to Mullinavat has also been uncovered in unprecedented detail.
Researchers say the survey has proved the region is full of mineral resources which could encourage companies to move into the area, and lead to an economic boost.
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