Earthquakes. Volcanoes. Tornadoes. Hurricanes. These natural events remind us that we are small and vulnerable—and that living on this dynamic planet will always entail risk.
Learn more at Nature's Fury: The Science of Natural Disasters, open at the American Museum of Natural History from November 15, 2014, through August 9, 2015.
For more information visit http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions/nature-s-fury-the-science-of-natural-disasters.
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