Nature Disaster Power

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I wondered how power nature disaster can be.

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Iceberg

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Have you ever seen real iceberg photo? I hope no, so now you have such chance :)

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Ice Wave

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How do you like this iced wave?

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Earthquake in Japan

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At least six people are dead and more than 140 injured after a powerful earthquake struck northern Japan, triggering landslides.

The 7.2-magnitude quake was centred on Iwate - a rural mountainous region on Japan's main island, Honshu.

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The flow of water from the Mississippi River runs past the houses on Main Street (La Grange, Missouri). Residents of coastal areas in the states of Iowa, Illinois and Missouri feverishly preparing to survive the unprecedented flooding. Water continues to reside.

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