No, it was a disease
yes, Black Death killed 75 to 200 million people. Reducing whole world's population.
the largest death toll for a natural disaster is zero.
The worst natural disaster to have ever happened in Australia was the recent "Black Saturday" bushfires in Victoria. The death toll of 210 has exceeded all previous natural disaster death tolls.
Death is a part of life itself, albeit the last part. It is not a disaster by any definition on its own.
If you were on a planet that was falling in to a black hole, it would certainly be considered a disaster. Since black holes are a natural phenomenon, then the disaster is probably natural too.
It was a disaster because it wiped out soo many people and no one could fully get rid of the desease at all and it just kept on spreading. Also cause it was such A painful discusting way to die.
It was a natural disaster. Save
bubonic plague conjunction of saturn, jupiter, and mars on march 20 1345 was thought to be the cause of black death
doom - disaster, death
The disaster is the death injury and destruction it caused/. It nearly wiped out the city of Darwin.
The deadliest natural disaster in world history would likely be the Black Death, an epidemic of bubonic plague that swept across Europe from 1347 to 1350. It is belived to have killed over 100 million people.
black death was spread by black rats. They were hosts of black death.
No, Black Death and cholera are different. Black Death is Plague.
I think, Tsunami.
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This is a bit off the Q. but basically, When disaster strook ( when the black death arrived) twenty five million people died from it. If you type it into google, you will be able to find many answers but i cant help you otherwise THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING ME!!
black death spread in Europe. black death killed 75 to 200 million people.
Yes, an animal could get the black death, many animals did get the black death.
black death caused people to be angry. Church was blamed for black death.
The plague was called the Black Death for two possible reasons. It was a bad death, and thus "black." The victims developed black buboes before death and quickly turned black after death.
The Black Death was very contagious.