The Seychelles are the offspring of a collision between tectonic plates in the Indian Ocean. The islands were once part of a mountain range that stretched nearly 1,000 miles, from Madagascar to India. Yet the area was created when the African tectonic plate collided with the Eurasian plate, over 50 million years ago. It is still colliding today, although at a much slower rate, and this collision has formed the Seychelles we know today.
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