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Superstorms, earthquakes, forest fires – the unpredictable anger of nature

Superstorms, earthquakes, forest fires - the unpredictable anger of nature 0

Superstorms, earthquakes, forest fires – the unpredictable anger of nature

In the last days of August, superstorm Harvey, classified as level 4 on the US 5-level storm warning scale, affected a quarter of the population of the southern state of Texas, or about 6.8 million people in the United States.

In the last days of August, superstorm Harvey, classified as level 4 on the US 5-level storm warning scale, affected a quarter of the population of the southern state of Texas, or about 6.8 million people in the United States.

Superstorms, earthquakes, forest fires - the unpredictable anger of nature

Having just experienced Hurricane Harvey, the United States is about to suffer the terrible superstorm Irma with forecast winds of up to 295 km/h.

Having just experienced Hurricane Harvey, the United States is about to suffer the terrible superstorm Irma with forecast winds of up to 295 km/h.

Superstorms, earthquakes, forest fires - the unpredictable anger of nature

Hurricane Irma makes landfall on St.

Superstorms, earthquakes, forest fires - the unpredictable anger of nature

However, in the current Atlantic Ocean, in addition to super storm Irma, there are two more newly formed tropical storms named Jose and Katia.

According to calculations by meteorology professor at the University of Colorado, USA, Mr. Phil Klotzbach, the strength of three storms Irma, Jose and Katia reached a record level on September 8.

However, in the current Atlantic Ocean, in addition to super storm Irma, there are two more newly formed tropical storms named Jose and Katia.

According to calculations by meteorology professor at the University of Colorado, USA, Mr. Phil Klotzbach, the strength of three storms Irma, Jose and Katia reached a record level on September 8.

Superstorms, earthquakes, forest fires - the unpredictable anger of nature

Meanwhile, in Mexico, an 8.2 magnitude earthquake shook the country’s southern coast at 11:49 p.m. on September 7, killing more than 60 people.

Meanwhile, in Mexico, an 8.2 magnitude earthquake shook the country’s southern coast at 11:49 p.m. on September 7, killing more than 60 people.

Superstorms, earthquakes, forest fires - the unpredictable anger of nature

Mexican officials said the earthquake was so strong that up to 50 million people out of a total of 120 million people across the country could feel it.

`Too much rubble. Too many dead people,` a police officer working on rescue work in Juchitan city told AFP.

Mexican officials said the earthquake was so strong that up to 50 million people out of a total of 120 million people across the country could feel it.

`Too much rubble. Too many dead people,` a police officer working on rescue work in Juchitan city told AFP.

Superstorms, earthquakes, forest fires - the unpredictable anger of nature

As of September 7, more than 76 large wildfires had occurred in nine states in the western United States, including 21 in Montana and 18 in Oregon, according to the federal fire response center.

As of September 7, more than 76 large wildfires had occurred in nine states in the western United States, including 21 in Montana and 18 in Oregon, according to the federal fire response center.

Superstorms, earthquakes, forest fires - the unpredictable anger of nature

Los Angeles City Mayor Eric Garcetti declared a state of emergency on the evening of September 2 and called this `the largest fire in Los Angeles history in terms of area`.

Los Angeles City Mayor Eric Garcetti declared a state of emergency on the evening of September 2 and called this `the largest fire in Los Angeles history in terms of area`.

An Hong (Photo: AP and Reuters)

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