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in 1976 there was a 7.5 magnitude eathquake that killed 242769 people 90,000 is nothing

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I agree with Aaron they can happen anywhere. You can see where a volcano is really noticeable. Volcanoes stick out of the ground and you can see them.

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I think that earthquakes are more dangerous. They can destroy miles upon miles of land. Volcanoes do not do that much damage maybe a couple of miles.In 1906 a earthquake destroyed 375,000 square miles. After that earthquake 400,000 were homeless. If the earthquake is large enough then it can cause a tsunami. A tsunami can damage more land than a volcano and earthquake combined.Earthquakes can be different sizes and do many different things.

http://earthweb.ess.washington.edu/tsunami/general/physics/earthquake.html

http://mceer.buffalo.edu/1906Earthquake/additionalinformation/earthquake-facts.asp

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