Is a sunami considered one of the world’s strongest tides?



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    A tsunami is not actually a tide, but a large wall of water that gets displaced due to seismic activity that shifts land around at the bottom of the ocean.  Tsunamis are often caused by earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, or underwater detonations.  

    Tsunamis are sometimes called tidal waves because the tsunami doesn’t resemble a normal ocean wave.  Rather, a tsunami has the appearance of a very high tide rapidly approaching shore.

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