What is a Landslide? Watch the Live Giant Landslide in Japan

This video is contains a real live giant landslide happed in Japan route 168. A landslide is a geological phenomenon that often occurs in Japan. Most of lands in Japan are forested, mountainous, and unsuitable for agriculture or residential use. Because of these steep elevations, levels of rainfall, earthquakes, and soft ground, Japan is extremely landslide prone. In Japan, many busy roads are built across mountain slopes. Route 168 is a national highway connecting Shingu, Wakayama to Hirakata, Osaka. Landslides like this often cause much heartache to the area. Highways routinely become blocked and many people don’t have an alternative way to get home. Save the nature then nature will save you. Misuse of nature cause you this kind of disasters that can never be reversed.

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