What is the difference between natural disasters and man-made disasters?

 
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Posted on Jul. 21st, 2008

Natural disasters are ones that humans did not create. Such as Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Earthquakes, etc.

Man-made disasters are created by humans. These include plane crashes, terrorist attacks, and global warming as some examples.

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Posted on Jul. 22nd, 2008

A natural disaster would be an earthquake, tsunami or a hurricane. A man made disaster would be dropping a nuclear bomb

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