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Tsunami engulfing the Statue of Liberty in New York City, USA. Erected in 1886, this statue is 46 metres tall, and stands on a 45-metre-high pedestal. Tsunamis are devastating coastal waves. They can be caused by large and rapid displacement of water, as seen in underwater earthquakes, massive landslides, large meteor impacts, and powerful volcanic eruptions.
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