Survivify: Travel

How to Survivify: A Tsunami

A tsunami is bad enough in itself, but the kinds of things that can cause them are even more frightening: earthquakes, meteorites, landslides, underwater volcanic activity). Yikes. It's enough to make a person avoid coastal areas forever. But for most of us who do venture out to the beach occasionally, there are definitely things to watch out for. In addition to the aforementioned little natural phenomena, also be on the lookout for strange-acting animals. If you see animals making a beeline for roads or other human areas, or forming strange groups, for example, it's probably the end of the world.

Look on the bright side:

  • If you were afraid of the water before, it's nothing compared to how afraid you'll be afterwards.
  • You won't be the only one having a bad hair day.
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Tips from the trenches:

  • Research the area where you are planning to travel or live to assess your risk.
  • You're probably in trouble if you're below sea level and protections such as dunes or levees have been removed.
  • Beware of earthquakes, rapid changes in coastal waters, or strange animal behavior. Yes, you read that right.
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