Great Britain is the country that has the highest concentration of tornadoes per square mile, I've been told. But they are very rare in Australia, although will-willies, or 'dust devils' as they are called in America, are relatively common. This photo shows a real twister. Luckily nobody was killed at Lennox Head, which is not far north of Bellingen, my home town.
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