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CYCLONE By Jonathan,Clarke,Melissa and Rhylee.
Cyclone Definition A cyclone is a big storm mixed with wind. The biggest Cyclone in New Zealand is Cyclone Giselle which led to the Wahine disaster.
Danger Cyclones they are so d angerous they can rip roofs off houses and cause floods and land slides.
What causes it? Hurricanes become cyclones when they form over the bay of Bengal, in the Indian Ocean. So just to sum up Hurricanes are another name for Cyclones and Typhoons.
How do cyclones effect N.Z? They affect us by killing our live stock,leaving families homeless and starving.
Famous Cyclones Scientists name Cyclones after normal peoples names like Giselle and Tracy to keep track of them.
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