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What makes a tornado natural?

A tornado is natural because they form from storms. Not all storms create tornadoes. There are big storms called super cells that form deadly tornadoes.

What makes a tornado a disaster?

Tornadoes are disasters because they cause devastation. They are among the most violent disasters. Sometimes, tornadoes are so strong that they pick up whole houses. Many people die from tornadoes.

Tornadoes create a lot of destruction.

Interesting facts about tornadoes!

Tornadoes may be destructive, but they are interesting. Did you know that they only last for about ten minuets? Another interesting fact is tornadoes range on a scale of one to five.

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Created with images by skeeze - "tornado funnel twister" • NOAA Photo Library - "nssl0097" • NOAA Photo Library - "nssl0054" • Landon Taylor - "Greensburg Tornado: After the destruction" • Jan-Mallander - "tornado storm forward"

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