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Niagara falls

The most beautiful falls


The three waterfalls produce an average volume of water of 110,000m3 per minute, which is equivalent to the fall of 3,000 tons of water per second.

Limestone, shale, sandstone and dolostone are some of the rocks in the niagara falls but this rocks are all of sedimentary rocks thats why the nigara falls breake up all the rocks that have bellow.

Cardinals, robins, wood peckers, blue jays, herons, wrens, finches, thrushes, gulls, Canada geese, chickadees.

Evergreen pines, spruce, cedar, and hemlock trees.

The formation of Niagara Falls was and a slow process that continues even today. The annual melting and freezing of the Niagara River falls down the rocks below the surface, requiring extensive work to preserve them. This constant movement of Niagara Falls creates the constant process of weathering by water and ice.

Niagara Falls is born from the union of three waterfalls represented by the Canadian, American and Bridal Veil falls, coming from the United States side.