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3D Skittles waterfall

How cool is that?!

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Close look at Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is one of the world's natural wonders, and for good reason. It is the fastest flowing falls on the planet, emptying more than 28 million litres of water over the 51m (171ft) high rim every second. The water forms a pool beneath that is slightly deeper than the falls is high. The roar of the water and the mist rising above the horseshoe is breath taking. An estimated 40 million visitors come from all over the world to witness this spectacle. This is greater than the population of Canada. The falls are located on the Niagara River which borders Canada and the United States of America. Small islands divide the falls into three distinct sections. Below the falls, water rushes through the Niagara Gorge at an incredible 60km/h (40mph) making this a class 6 rapids that is deemed unpassable, even for experts.

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Mother bird feeding her babies

Mother bird feeding babies

A mother bird feeds her Hermit thrush babies some tasty berries in the nest. Amazing footage!

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