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Natural Disasters Quiz: Are You a Master of Disasters?

Do you know a Force-5 from a Cat-5? Saffir-Simpson from Homer Simpson? Find out if you're a force of nature or a tropical depression with this natural disasters quiz!

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Whips of lightning cut a dramatic scene across a storm-darkened sky in Patagonia, Argentina. Most lightning occurs within cumulonimbus clouds like these, but it can also be released from wide, layered formations called stratiform clouds.