A tsunami can travel any distance, according to how much energy it appropriates. The huge volumes of water shifted creates a wave, and gravity will push it to where their is less water, IE on land (the ocean floor moves up, so there is less water). But the wave will decrease in size as it moves.
It is called a tsunami
a tsunami is a tidal wave caused by an underwater earthquake :]
It is a tsunami.
about 50 miles
In terms of area of effect, yes. A tsunami may impact hundreds or thousands of miles of coastline as a tsunami spreads across the ocean like ripples on a pond. By contrast a tornado is limited to a damage path that is rarely more than a mile wide or more than 20 miles long.
875,234,456 miles up your butt
Tsunamis trevel about more then one miles
No. A tornado is at most 2.5 miles wide and only a handful have been observed at over 2 miles. A tsunami, by contrast, can impact a shoreline thousands of miles long.
The Boxing Day tsunami impacted hundreds of miles of coastline in over a dozen countries. People were taken to many different hospitals.
Really the word Tsunami is from japan. Its English meaning is "seismic sea waves".
750 kilometers(470 miles)
Which Tsunami are you referring to? There are many that have resulted in loss of life.