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Savage Earth Animations

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Use this site from the PBS program Savage Earth to show your students what movements of the earth look like. Watch animations of a volcano erupting, a tsunami’s destructive abilities, an earthquake’s ripple effect, and the geological processes caused by the hot inner core of the earth. Each animation is accompanied by clear explanations of what is happening.

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