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The Pacific Ocean because it has the most earthquakes and is such a large body of water.

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Q: Which ocean is most likely to have a tsunami and why?
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Where do tsunami's likely strike?

most likely in a place near the ocean like hawaii


Where are the most likely in the word to be hit by a tsunami?

The Pacific Ocean, specifically the Ring Of Fire


What was the most recent destructive tsunami?

One tsunami would be the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.


How do you spell sunome?

The likely word (phonetically) is tsunami(soo-NAH-me) a large ocean wave.


Does a whale like tsunami?

Most likely not. A whale in deep, open ocean water would probably not even notice a passing tsunami. In shallow water it would be a very stressful event.


How do you spell tsami?

The likely word is a longer one: tsunami (a destructive ocean wave).


Can a tsunami happen in the ocean?

Yes. Most tsunamis are in the ocean. It is rare to see them in lakes.


How do you avoid the tsunami in future?

You can reduce effect of tsunami but there is no way you can avoid it for certain, area which are most likely to get hit by tsunami are area near sea and ocean (large amount of water) and area which also has high earthquake zone. If you are not affected by these two factors you are very unlikely to get hit by the tsunami.


In what part of the ocean is a tsunami most dangerous?

In the Indian ocean right smack dab in the middle


What part of California is most likely to have a Tsunami?

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Why tsunami do not always occur even there is an earthquake?

The creation of a tsunami depends on several factors:magnitude - generally needs to be 7 or higherearthquake must be located under the ocean so that water is movedtype of fault movement. When plates move up or down, this tends to move the most water, and is most likely to produce a tsunami


Why does tsunami do not always occur even when there is an earthquake?

The creation of a tsunami depends on several factors:magnitude - generally needs to be 7 or higherearthquake must be located under the ocean so that water is movedtype of fault movement. When plates move up or down, this tends to move the most water, and is most likely to produce a tsunami