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Cyclone Quiz By Matthew Tang Task 13
Question One Click here for Answer Which natural disaster hit Darwin in Australia and named after Tracey. This natural disaster struck on Christmas? A: Tsunami B B: Cyclone D: Plague C: Ice storm
Question Two C What natural disaster has a definition of a turning wind with one eye? A: Bushfire Click here for Answer B: Storm C: Cyclone D: Wildfire
Question Three D Which natural disaster can make tornadoes, storms and violent winds? A: Storm Click here for Answer B: Tsunami C: Earthquake D: Cyclone
Question Four C Which natural disaster is translated to Haracn in Spanish and means the god of evil in Spanish. A: Dust storm Click here for Answer B: Maelstrom C: Hurricane D: Volcano eruption
Question Five B What is the famous big red dot on Jupiter? A: Blizzard Click here for Answer B: Cyclone C: Ice storm D: Hailstorm
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