In this photo taken Nov. 29, 2012, a student heads home after a day of classes, in Navidad, Chile. Some of the highest seismic activity on Earth is found in Chile. After so many tremors, Navidenos have learned the magnitudes by heart. They know they’ll barely feel a magnitude two, but a magnitude seven will knock them off their feet and it’s a sign to dash for higher ground to avoid being rolled-in by a tsunami wave. (AP Photo/Luis Hidalgo)

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In this photo taken Nov. 29, 2012, a student heads home after a day of classes, in Navidad, Chile. Some of the highest seismic activity on Earth is found in Chile. After so many tremors, Navidenos have learned the magnitudes by heart. They know they’ll barely feel a magnitude two, but a magnitude seven will knock them off their feet and it’s a sign to dash for higher ground to avoid being rolled-in by a tsunami wave. (AP Photo/Luis Hidalgo)
In this photo taken Nov. 29, 2012, a student heads home after a day of classes, in Navidad, Chile. Some of the highest seismic activity on Earth is found in Chile. After so many tremors, Navidenos have learned the magnitudes by heart. They know they’ll barely feel a magnitude two, but a magnitude seven will knock them off their feet and it’s a sign to dash for higher ground to avoid being rolled-in by a tsunami wave. (AP Photo/Luis Hidalgo)
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