The Science Behind The Nepal Earthquake

"Nepal Earthquake"

Recently a massive 7.8-magnitude earthquake and multiple aftershocks hit Nepal. This is the worst earthquake in 80 years and killed more than 5,000 people, massive destruction of roads, buildings and historic sites. Based on plate tectonics theory, Indian Plate and Eurasian Plate collided. But why did it happen? What is the reason behind this deadly Nepal earthquake?

To understand this Himalayan temblor, DNews has released an informative video in which Julia Wilde explaining the science behind this powerful earthquake.

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