The world’s largest underwater mountain is Mauna Kea, which is a dormant volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Mauna Kea rises 19,678 feet or 5,998 meters from the ocean floor before breaking through the surface and then rising another 13,796 feet or 4,205 meters to it’s peak.
In total , from is base to it’s peak, Mauna Kea is a mountainous 33,474 feet or 10,203 meters tall.
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