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  •  The San Andreas Fault is moving about 2 inches a year, about the same rate fingernails grow. At this rate, San Francisco and Los Angeles will be next to each other in 15 million years.[Earthquakes]

  •  The tallest known tree on Earth is a redwood tree in a California forest. Nicknamed “Hyperion,” it is about twice as tall as the statue of liberty, at 380 feet high.[Earth]

  •  The Nile and Amazon Rivers have variously been called the world's largest river; however, the Amazon River carries the greatest volume of water.[Earth]

  •  Every day, between 10 and 20 volcanoes are erupting somewhere on Earth. However, the chances of them all erupting at once is almost impossible.[Earth]

  •  Nearly 80% of Earth’s largest earthquakes occur near the “Ring of Fire,” which is a horseshoe-shaped region in the Pacific Ocean where many tectonic plates meet. The second-most earthquake-prone area is a region called the Alpide Belt, which includes countries such as Turkey, India, and Pakistan.[Earthquakes]

  •  More earthquakes happen in the Northern Hemisphere than in the Southern Hemisphere.[Earthquakes]

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