What is the most

dangerous natural disaster?

What is a natural disaster

It is a natural event such as a flood, earthquake, or hurricane that causes great damage or loss of life.

Some Disasters.

Landslide: When pieces of land slide off of a cliff and crash into roads, houses, cars, and more they are one of the more dangerous natural disaster.

Volcano: When it explodes lava goes everywhere and can easily kill people. It can pretty much destroy anything.

Hurricane: A storm with violent wind that can pick anything up and throw it or drop it.

Tornado: A huge gust of air spinning around in a circle violently.

Tsunami: Tsunamis or TIdal waves form due to earthquakes, volcanic eruption, or other disturbance in the ocean.


Over 2.6 billion people were affected by natural disasters in the past decade.

The number of natural disasters have quadrupled in the past 30 years.

Over 2,600 severe storms have occurred in the past 30 years.

1 person per second is is affected by a natural disaster.

Natural Disasters are becoming more common.

Many scientists think natural disasters are becoming more common. One reason is that there have been way more reports of them these last years.
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Most common in Wisconsin

The 3 most common in Wisconsin are wild fires, tornados, and Earthquakes.
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