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The most severe natural disasters on the Earths

Many serious natural disasters on earth have killed countless lives and caused millions of dollars worth of property damage. There are many conditions to be able to determine that a natural disaster is a very serious disaster.

(1) 7.0 earthquake in Haiti (2010), which killed 200,000 people, 2 million homeless people and 3 million in urgent need.

(2) Nargis in Myanmar (2008), which killed 84,500 people and left 53,800 missing.

(3) Pakistan’s 7.6-magnitude earthquake (2005), which killed 75,000 people and injured 106,000
others.

(4) 2005) in the United States damages more than $ 81 billion.

(5) The 9.15 earthquake in the Indian Ocean (2004) triggered a tsunami that killed between 200,000 and 310,000 people.

(6) Volcano Nevado del Ruiz (1985), which killed 25,000 people.

(7) The Tangshan earthquake in China (1976), which killed 240,000 people and injured 164,000 people.

(8) Hurricane Andrew (1993) in the United States.

(9) Tohoku earthquake 9.0-9.1 and tsunami (2011), which killed 15,894 people, injured 6,152 and left 2,562 people.

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