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Believe it or not, the ground you’re walking on is always on the move! Join Jessi and Squeaks to learn how this movement can sometimes lead to earthquakes!
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https:earthquake.usgs.govlearnkids
http:kids.nationalgeographic.comexplorescienceearthquake
http:www.smithsonianmag.comscience-natureseven-factors-that-contribute-to-the-destructiveness-of-an-earthquake-44395116
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