Characteristics of a Tsunami
Travel at speeds of up to 400-500 miles per hour
In deep waters, tsunamis are low and wide, often less than three feet high
As much as 95 miles between the crest of one wave and the next.
At shallower waters, they get more deadly
Can reach up to heights of 100 feet or more and crash inland.
What is a Tsunami?
When a Tsunami Strikes