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he largest earthquakes ever was the Valdivia earthquake in Chile in 1960 with a magnitude of 9.5. The second largest was the Alaska earthquake in USA in 1964 with a magnitude of 9.2.

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because places with more earthquake are more prepared for them



Are you referring to Earthquakes during or before our human race cultivated the planet because to answer this question the biggest Earthquakes happened before our existence. During our existence I'm sure you can find the largest Earthquakes in Asia.


The biggest earthquakes in the world are expected along the plates that are on the inside of our earths crust like the mid Atlantic plate or the plate that caused the earthquake in Haiti


The biggest earthquakes do not always cause the most damage if they strike unpopulated areas, or areas where the local infrastructure was built to withstand severe earthquakes. Also some big earthquakes may be high in intensity, but very short in duration, causing less damage.


up to at least 8 average 9.5 was the biggest


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Yes, California has earthquakes. EVERYWHERE has earthquakes. California is actually the biggest earthquake risk zone in the United States.Calafornia does have earthquakes it is actually the top state or whatever to have the most earthquakes in the world i thinkCalafornia does have earthquakes it is actually the top state or whatever to have the most earthquakes in the world i think


The biggest earthquake reported in 2010 was the Chile Earthquake on February 27 with a magnitude of 8.8.


the biggest and deadliest earthquake that recorded is in tangshan china.that killed 830000 people in shensi province of china.


Probably the biggest problem with earthquakes is that they can't be predicted.


San Francisco has many dangerous Earthquake in fact one of the biggest



Oh, yes. That's one of the biggest causes of Tsunamis, or Tiday Waves.


volcanoes (the biggest explosion), earthquakes, drought, slides


yes it does it is one of the biggest tectonic plates there are


The five biggest earthquakes in recorded history have all registered 9.0 or higher on the Richter Scale. These earthquakes took place in Valdiva, Chile; Prince William Sound, Alaska; Sumatra, Indonesia; Sendai, Japan; and Kamchatka, Russia.



The largest earthquakes ever was the Valdivia earthquake in Chile in 1960 with a magnitude of 9.5.


Earthquakes and Hurricanes and flooding are the biggest disasters that happen to Haiti.


Arizona does have earthquakes, just not to the degree that California does. The fact that California has an incredible number of faults and is located along a plate boundary is the biggest contributor to their number and magnitude.


anywhere from 2 seconds to 2 hours


The difference is that they all have different movements, some have wave motion and the others shaking


it's a biggest loss whole for everyone. it disturb the nature balance


i think it was this earthquake..Valdivia, Chile1960 Valdivia earthquake it had 6,000 causalities and was 33km in depth



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