A tsunami is a series of waves -destructive and very dangerous waves. It is a result of earthquake or other underwater disturbances. Tsunami survival is not easy: you need to be prepared, constantly vigilant, and calm. The last one is very difficult to achieve during catastrophe.
So far, in the history of mankind, there hasn’t been a disaster as big as the great deluge.
And if we can learn one thing from it, it’s just like how Howard Ruff said it, “It wasn’t raining when Noah built the ark.”
This eight-word sentence majors on this thing alone—PREPAREDNESS.
Earthquakes do not really harm a person directly. What I mean is that, people don’t drop dead because of the shaking ground. In the movies we sometimes see people eaten up by the ground and end up falling into fiery pits. However, such incidents doesn’t really occur in real life.