Not long ago, a magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck Mexico.

I have also seen many articles that a natural phenomenon called 'desert tsunami' was observed in Death Valley, USA, more than 2,000 km away under the influence of this earthquake.

Devil's Hall is a desert cave in Death Valley National Park, USA.

High waves crashing into the puddle.

On the morning of the 19th local time, a magnitude 7.6 earthquake occurred off the west coast of Mexico.

And 22 minutes later, Death Valley, 2,400 km away, shook.

In the aftermath of the earthquake, Devil's Hall water puddles began to sway and ripples up to 1.2m high.

The pubfish, an endangered fish, lives in this pool, and it is expected that there will be some impact on the pubfish habitat as the algae that feeds it is washed away by the waves.

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