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					          Tsunami

By:Evan Tiesman,Rebecca Lozano ,
         and Will Phillis
What causes a Tsunami
           •   Tsunamis are caused
             by a large
             displacement of water
           • This can be caused by
             earthquakes,volcanoes
             , Landslides, Nuclear
             tests,Hurricanes,and
             Meteorites.
Big Tsunamis
      • A tsunami can grow as big
        as 1,640 feet!
      • The largest tsunami killed
        two thousand people!
      • A man survived a tsunami
        by surfing on top of a
        tsunami
               Tsunami survival kit
• Important papers such as
  credit or debit cards,drivers
  licenses , and passports etc.
• Food and water for at least 3
  days
• Flash light and radio with
  extra batteries
• Warm clothing and blankets
Mega Tsunamis
       • A Mega tsunami can
         kill with deadly
         accuracy
       • Mega tsunamis are
         the deadliest tsunami.
       • Mega tsunamis can be
         from 1,000 Ft. to
         1,640 Ft.
            Tsunamis in 2011
• Japan,2011 an
  earthquake hit causing
  a large tsunami this
  happened so recently
  that rescue service is
  still going on details
  are still fuzzy
A tsunami siren
        • When a tsunami is
          going to happen you
          may hear a siren .
        • The siren sounds like a
          cow so it’s very
          interesting!
        • When you hear a cow
          siren get to a higher
          land .
The scream picture
             Did you know that
              in the scream
              picture the man
              is screaming
              because a
              tsunami is
              behind him.
Fun fact

    • Did you know that a
      man once survived a
      Tsunami by surfing on
      top of it.
Conclusion
     • We hope you learned
       a lot about tsunamis
       and there massive
       power

				
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