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The riddle last week asked: Where were the four "super-volcanic" eruptions of the last two million years – that is eruptions with a minimum of 750 cubic kilometers of magma?
Answer to last week's riddle: Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, Long Valley in California, Toba in Sumatra, and Taupo in New Zealand. Source: Ilya N. Bindeman (2006) “The Secrets of Supervolcanoes,” Scientific American, June.
This week's riddle: As of 2004, what country was the world’s largest producer of tea?