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Audio Guide:
A tornado develops from the bottom of the cloud and goes downward to form a funnel-shaped, powerfully rotating column of air. It can only be called a tornado when the funnel-shaped air column touches land or sea surface. When a tornado touches land, it is known as a landspout; if it touches the water surface, it is called a waterspout. If the air column only stays in midair, it is called a funnel cloud.
Visitors can observe the rapidly rotating tubular air stream in the tornado simulator. 

Exhibit Introduction:
The visitors can observe the process of the tornadoes formed closely once the button is pressed.

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