Where do waves come from?

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Waves are the result of the transference of wind energy on the surface of the water body. So as the wind blows over the surface of the water, it pushes the water towards its direction creating waves or ripples.
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Waves come from the wind moving on the surface of the water. They can also come from movement below the water. Watch out for those big ones!
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