The largest earthquakes ever was the Valdivia earthquake in Chile in 1960 with a magnitude of 9.5.
It is the strongest earthquake that has ever been in Haiti.
is there ever going to be a earthquake in Florida
No. The strongest earthquake ever recorded was a 9.5 in Chile.
No, the highest ever recorded earthquake registered at 9.5
The biggest earthquake ever recorded in New Zealand was the Wairarapa earthquake in 1855. This earthquake had a magnitude of 8.2.
The earthquake "Shaanxi" in China in January 1956 is considered as the deadliest earthquake ever, with 820,000-830,000 fatalities.
There has ever been an earthquake in Edmonton.
There will never ever be an earthquake there.
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The recorded earthquake of highest magnitude was of 9.7 in chile.
The earthquake in Japan was a 9.0, the 5th strongest ever recorded.
yes in 1985 there was an earthquake in Tasmania and it was 4.8
It is the biggest earthquake ever! With a magnitude of 9.5
Yahh, there has been an earthquake in Canada -savannah
i think it was when the earthquake happened last year
No, the Haiti Earthquake was large, but not as large as the Earthquake in Chile in 1960, which measured 9.5 on the Richter scale.
The second largest earthquake was the Alaska earthquake in USA 1964 with a magnitude of 9.2.
No. The largest earthquake ever recorded occurred in Valdivia, Chile in 1960 and had a magnitude of 9.5.
no the strongest earthquake was a 9.5 on the coast of Chile in 1960..
shaanix, china was the worst earthquake ever recorded
the smallest earthquake recorded on the Richter scale was 0.1
No, but there has been an Earthquake of magnitude 5.6 north of Sydney in Newcastle.
2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami