Cyclones Wreak Havoc on India and Bangladesh
Cyclone Tauktae formed in the Arabian Sea and made landfall in the Indian state of Gujarat earlier this month. The storm brought 120 mph wind to India’s western coast, killing over 170 people and causing approximately $2.1 billion in damage. And unfortunately, human activities like port developments and shrimp farming intensified its impact.
“The nature and severity of Cyclone Tauktae indicate that the Arabian Sea will witness more such severe storms in the coming days, especially during late monsoon season, due to climate change...
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