What is Waterfall?

Waterfall is a stream of water that falls from a place to a lower place. Many waterfalls forms in places where a river or ditch with a hard rock flows to a place with softer rock.

These softer rocks get scraped very fast so that a steep waterfall is formed. Water falls from this cliff.

Waterfall could also form when movement of a glacier digs a riverbed deeper than the ditches that flow into it.

Waterfall is often used as a source for electricity. Besides, Waterfall usually is also an interesting panorama. Like for example, the Niagra Falls on the border of Canada and America.

Angel Falls is the highest waterfall in the world. It is located in Venezuela, precisely in Rio Caroni. It's in the middle of a mountainous area in remote Canaima National Park, southeast of Venezuela.

This towering waterfall offers beauty to anyone who witnesses them. Its height, which reaches 979 meters, makes Angel Falls waterfall titled the highest waterfall in the world.

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