Reuters lead agency resources from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has released 10 earthquake and tsunamis in the world from 1906 to 2012.
01/31/1906: 8.8 degrees Ritcher earthquake caused a tsunami off the coast of Chile and Ecuador that killed over 1,000 people, killing 30 billion.
11/04/1952: 9.0 degrees Ritcher earthquake occurred in Russia, but luckily no one died.
22/05/1960: Ritcher 9.5 earthquake occurred in Santiago and Concepcion, triggering tsunamis and volcanic eruptions, leaving 5,000 people dead and 2 million homeless.
03/28/1964: An earthquake measuring 9.2 Ritcher in Alaska caused a tsunami that killed 125, causing $ 310 million damage.
02/04/1964: 8.7 earthquake that occurred Ritcher of tsunamis in Alaska, but no reports of casualties.
12/26/2004: Ritcher 9.1 magnitude earthquake off the coast of Aceh province, Indonesia, leading to a horrific tsunami that left more than 226,000 people dead in Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia, India and 9 countries other.
28/03/2005: 8.7 degrees earthquake tsunami Ritcher pull off Sumatra (Indonesia) in which at least 1,300 people were killed.
02/27/2010: 8.8 degrees Ritcher earthquake caused a tsunami in Chile that killed over 500 people, killing 30 billion.
03/11/2011: 9.0 magnitude earthquake tsunami led to terror and nuclear disaster in Japan, claimed the lives of 15,000 people.
04/11/2012: 8.7 quake off the coast of Ritcher Aceh Province, Indonesia.