Nature can be beautiful but it can also be deadly. Mother nature is one of the major killers in the United States when citizens do not take warnings seriously.
The picture above is of a EF5 tornado which is the largest and deadliest of tornados. EF5 tornados are rare and rarely captured on video but when they are you can see the massive size of the tornado and the power is has to destroy and whole area. Currently the United States uses the Enhanced Fujita scale as the way to identify the intensity of a tornado. The Enhanced Fujita scale has tornados listed from EF0 - EF5.
Tsunamis are also very dangerous with the ability to level buildings and kill thousands. The picture above is from Japan when a earthquake struck hundreds of miles from Japan and caused a Tsunami which hit Japan and killed hundreds. The same Tsunami also hit a nuclear power plant which caused a large meltdown.
Incredible New Japan Tsunami Footage - This man risked his Life to film
Wildfires are especially dangerous. Wildfires can be started by nature or by human mistake. Wildfires generally start in areas with extreme drought which causes the area to be extremly dry. Lighting can cause a fire which could destroy homes and kill humans and animals.