Difference between Hurricane and Tsunami?

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Tsunamis are a kind of wave. They occur when there is a disturbance in the Earth's tectonic plates such as an  earthquake. On the other hand, hurricanes are kind of low pressure formation storm.
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A tsunami is a large wave or series of waves usually triggered by an underwater earthquake or landslide. Tsunamis arise from geologic forces and are not weather-related. A hurricane
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Tsunami is a series of waves caused by displacement of large volume of body of water. Hurricane on the other hand is a powerful storm. They both lash disasters.
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