As frightening as they are, real tsunamis do much less damage than storms—and they may be less common than scientists realized.
It's still coming, six years later.
Scientists discover a geological structure in the Shumagin Gap similar to the one that produced the deadly Tohoku earthquake.
The largest study of Javan rhinos suggests these beasts are hovering on the edge of extinction.
The device uses 70,000 liters of water to simulate a giant wave and its effect on coastal areas.
The massive earthquake and tsunami that hit on March 11, 2011 killed more than 15,000.
“At least once a month, I have nightmares of waves submerging me."