Where Do Typhoons Occur?

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Typhoons occur mainly in the western Pacific Ocean. Typhoons often cause huge damage to coasts and islands that are on their path. They usually start close to the equator and move westward, gathering size and intensity as they move.
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Typhoons occur mostly on islands and sea shores. These includes areas of Indonesia, Malaysia, Korea, China, Japan & nearby islands & countries.
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In the western part of the north Pacific. Around China,Japan,North Korea,South Korea and Taiwan.
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What Are Typhoons? A typhoon is a region-specific term given to a type of tropical cyclone, usually occurring within the northwestern region of the Pacific Ocean, west of the International
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The storms comparable to hurricanes that originate in the Pacific ocean are called typhoons. I am sorry to say that it looks like Japan might have another very severe typhoon season
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Hurricanes and typhoons are both types of tropical cyclones, though a typhoon forms in the Pacific Ocean west of the International Date Line.
Typhoons usually occur on the islands and the sea shores. Some are Indonesia, Malaysia, Korea, China, Japan, some nearby islands, and countries.
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