Friday, 23 October 2020

The Major Tectonic Plates

Infographic on the major tectonic plates on Earth as Venezuela was rocked by a 7.3-magnitude earthquake near its northeastern coast on Tuesday.

This past week, Costa Rica has been hit by several earthquakes in the southern zone, the greatest a 6.1-magnitude on Aug. 18.

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