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Well it seems like a lot of earthquakes have been hitting across the globe and most recently Indonesia and Mexico so what does all this meanwhile Janice Dean.
Is in the Fox News weather center with a closer look hi Janet hi I think we need to pay very close attention to all of the earthquake prone zones.
Take a look.
Last week a massive eight point six magnitude earthquake struck up the coast of the Indonesian island Sumatra triggering a tsunami watch for the Indian Ocean.
Hours later another eight point two magnitude quake hit.
Officials told residents to stay away from the coastline.
As it reignited memories of the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004.
That left 230000.
Fortunately these strikes -- quakes caused little damage and only a few deaths.
They were followed by two strong -- off the coast of western Mexico.
The -- -- tall buildings -- prompted evacuations and could even be felt by those living near the Gulf of California.
Indonesia and Mexico are located on the Pacific ring of fire where 90% of the world's quakes occur and has a history of vulnerability.
In the last seven days there have been 321.
Earthquakes tracked by the US GS striking -- the coast of -- and Alaska.
As well as central -- -- Thailand's -- cat island.
And southwestern coast of Greece just to name a few.
So unlike the whether it's a little bit hard to predict where and -- earthquakes will strike.
-- the best advice is to make sure if you live in these earthquake prone zones he wanna make -- you know to do if and when a quake strikes back to you -- again and Ainsley all right Janice Dean.
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