When Scientists Drained The Niagara Falls In 1969 They Made A Terrifying Discovery

Three waterfalls collectively known as Niagara Falls can be found at the southern end of
Niagara Gorge, straddling the international border between the Canadian province of Ontario
and the American state of New York. The water flowing over Niagara Falls is famous for its
beautiful blue-green color, but there is more to this waterfall than its grandeur and beauty.
Join us today as we tell you about some of the greatest mysteries of Niagara falls and why
the engineers had to drain it in 1969

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