An 8.7 magnitude earthquake that struck Sumatra a few years ago was technically an aftershock of a previous quake. There has been debate about whether this can really be called the largest aftershock ever recorded, since most activity greater than 8.0 magnitude is simply classified as an earthquake, regardless of whether or not it is the result of a previous quake.
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