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The 2011 earthquake off the Pacific coast of Tohoku was the most powerful earthquake in the history of Japan and it was, until now, considered the main reason for the tsunami waves that killed almost 20,000 people. Scientists though, revealed that a huge underwater landslide was an additional cause.

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A new study by the researchers at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) reveals a new aspect of the correlation of the Canary Island landslides with tsunami waves, unlike previous estimates.

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A Magnitude 8 earthquake created a tsunami that swept through several South Pacific islands last Wednesday. The tsunami killed at least 10 people through 5 villages and was reported to reach 1.5 m in height in places. See the embedded video!

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