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Most Dangerous Natural Disasters in Pictures

Natural disasters are extreme, sudden events caused by environmental factors that injure people and damage property. Earthquakes, windstorms, floods, and disease all strike anywhere on earth, often without warning. This is one face of nature when it comes to anger. Sometimes when these disasters strike we get to see unimaginable views.

Here is a list of some of the most dangerous natural disasters in pictures. Thepictures below show how much terror these calamities create when they strike. Take a look.

Fright Night – (Lighting)

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Forest Fire

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Volcanic Eruptions

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Volcanic Ash

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Frog-like Baby Was Born In Nepal

On 2006, this bizarre-looking baby was born in Charikot, the headquarters of Dolakha district, attracting a huge number of onlookers to witness the astonishing sight.

The neck-less baby with its head almost totally sunk into the upper part of the body and with extraordinarily large eyeballs literally popping out of the eye-sockets, was born to Nir Bahadur Karki and Suntali Karki at the Gaurishnkar Hospital in Charikot. The Karki couple is a permanent resident of Dolakha’s Bhirkot VDC.

The bizarre baby, however, died after half an hour of its birth, Suntali, the mother, informed. It was taken to the hospital after its death. The news about such a baby being brought to the hospital spread like wildfire and there were hundreds gathered at the hospital to have a look. The police had to be deployed to control the crowd.

The baby weighed 2kg at birth and was born after the normal nine-month gestation period. Suntali, already a mother of two normal daughters, was not suffering from any illness during the pregnancy. Nir Bahadur, the father, says he does not feel any remorse for the newly-born baby’s death. “I am happy that nothing happened to my wife,” he said.

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I pity the baby; his father didn’t care about the baby’s death and parading the poor freak in a pot around the streets.

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