Waterspout spectacle off the coast of Cuba – BBC News

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This is the moment a huge waterspout was captured on camera by people living in Cienfuegos, Cuba, on Saturday October 16.

The phenomenon lasted for about 10 minutes according to the country’s meteorological agency.

Although waterspouts can pose a danger in some circumstances, no damage was reported.

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