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A hurricane's energy comes from: A. condensation of large amounts of water vapor. B. lightning striking as the storm forms. C. the movement of continental tropical air masses. D. the action of waves in warm ocean waters.
A hurricane's energy comes from condensation of large amounts of water vapor.
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