What's the tallest wave ever recorded on Earth?

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What's the tallest wave ever recorded on Earth?

Published Saturday 9 April 2022

In July 1958, an 8.3-magnitude earthquake at the Fairweather Fault rocked Alaska's southern coast. The ground-shaking event caused a massive landslide at nearby Lituya Bay, which triggered a devastating tsunami that ripped through the narrow body of water and killed five people. The colossal wave leveled trees on the...

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Earth Recorded 83 Magnitude Earthquake Fairweather Alaskas Southern Ground Shaking Landslide

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