Cyclones are the same as hurricanes. They have highwinds and heavy rains.
In 1999; a cyclone hit India with winds of 160 mph, 20 feet high waves, killed 10,000 people, and caused $20 million in damages.
A Tsunami is a huge wave caused by an underwater earthquake.
This is the aftermath of a Tsunami.
In 2005 there was a major earthquake, with a magnitude of 7.6, that hit Northern Pakistan and Kashmir. It killed 70,000 people.
Drought and too much rain
High temps result in evaporations, that cause drought.
Monsoons cause flooding that kill people and livestock. They leave thousands of people homeless and ruin crops.
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