This is a visualisation of the 2011 Japan earthquakes, which struck in March 2011. It’s really rather scary to see it laid out like it is, and shows just how powerful the major earthquake really was. Things start off normal in January and February, with minor earthquakes appearing here and there, but as soon as you hit March, things get major. The multitude and magnitude of the earthquakes increases, and they become a lot more localised (the south east coast). The situation remains like that for the rest of the year.
19,349 earthquakes in one year. Nature is powerful. Onwards.