A powerful earthquake shook the Indian state of Nepal last month, killing at least 2,300 people, injuring nearly a million and shaking the nation to its core.
The earthquake was triggered by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck on April 9, killing nearly 9,000 people and injuring more than 30,000 others.
The quake’s epicenter was in the Indian subcontinent.
It also rattled a wide swath of the globe.
The U.S. government has estimated that the U.K., India and France were the hardest hit by the earthquake.
A number of major cities were devastated, with damage estimates reaching up to $5 trillion.
The magnitude of the earthquake itself is still being determined.
But according to the United Nations, its effects were felt as far away as the United States.
The United States has had a lot of earthquakes since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, but the most recent quake was more than 1,000 times stronger than the biggest one in modern times, according to U.N. statistics.
The biggest one was a magnitude 5.3 earthquake that devastated the southern U.H. region in 1862, killing 1,300.
In the late 1800s, another quake shook the U,S.
S Maine, killing more than 6,000 and leaving hundreds dead, according the National Park Service.
In 2011, an earthquake struck in China, killing 300 and injuring hundreds more.
But that quake was much less powerful than the quake in Nepal.
The Nepal quake occurred during the year of the Buddha’s birthday, which falls on May 17.
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the world’s strongest earthquake occurred on May 4, 1908, which measured at 7.2.
That quake also struck the United Kingdom and caused widespread damage.
The deadliest quake to hit the world occurred in 1906, which struck the Pacific Ocean in Japan, killing between 5,000-6,000, and causing a tsunami to hit New York City.
That earthquake also triggered tsunamis that devastated much of the U