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A waterfall can be defined as a part of a river or stream where water flows in a vertical drop and lands in a pool of water. That pool can be either deep or shallow. These waterfalls are caused by erosion.

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Famous Waterfalls: –

  • Sutherland Falls: – This waterfall is in Fiordland National Park, New Zealand. It has a height of 580 metres.
  • Plitvice Waterfalls: This is a network of countless waterfalls. It is located in Northern Dalmatia, Croatia.
  • Dettifoss: Dettifoss is located in Vatnajokull National Park, Iceland. It is the most powerful waterfall of Europe.
  • Gullfoss: This breathtaking waterfall is on the Hvita River. It is in Haukadalur, Iceland.
  • Yosemite Falls: – This 2525 feet tall waterfall is one of the tallest waterfalls in the entire world. It is located in Yosemite National Park, California.
  • Kaieteur Falls: This single drop waterfall is 741 feet tall and 370 feet wide. It flows over Potaro River, Guyana.
  • Angel Falls: Angel Falls is the tallest permanent water fall with a height of 979 meters. It is in Canaima, Venezuela.
  • Niagara Falls: – Niagara Falls is the most famous waterfall in North America. On the basis of volume, it is the biggest waterfall. It is in two places: – Ontario, Canada and New York, USA.
  • Victoria Falls: – It is the largest singular waterfall with a height of 108 metres. It is located in Livingstone, Zambia.
  • Iguassu Falls: – This single waterfall consists of 275 waterfalls and cascades. Edges of this waterfall extended to a distance of about 2 km.



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