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  •  Though the ground moved for only about 20 seconds during the 1995 Kobe, Japan, earthquake, more than 5,000 people were killed, 300,000 people were left homeless, and more than 100,000 buildings were destroyed.[Earthquakes]

  •  Yellowstone National Park is actually a huge volcano. Its most recent eruption was before humans lived. It hurled ash all the way to the Gulf of Mexico.[Earth]

  •  Earth is the only planet in our solar system not named after a Greek or Roman deity.[Earth]

  •  Because earthquake-prone Japan had placed high-tech sensors around the country after its 1995 quake, Japan’s 2011 earthquake is the best-recorded earthquake in history.[Earthquakes]

  •  There are four types of faults in the earth: normal, reverse, thrust, and strike-up.[Earthquakes]

  •  The 853-foot (260-meter) high Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco has been designed to withstand strong earthquakes.[Earthquakes]

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