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Great East Japan Earthquake / 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami

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The most well-known earthquake in America is the San Francisco Earthquake. Can you guess where THAT happened?! However, recently, the earthquake in Japan has been attracting more attention, so we can argue that that is the most famous earthquake in the world.


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The Earthquake in Japan was a 9.0 magnitude.


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The Japan Earthquake was on March 11, 2011


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Japan had an earthquake and a tsunami because the the pacific tectonic plate slammed against the plate japan was on and cause an earthquake in the water causing a tsunami.


March 11, 2011, was the largest earthquake in Japan, with a magnitude of 9.0.


The earthquake in Japan lasted about 3-5 minutes.


The last big earthquake in Japan was on March 11, 2011


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