Thứ Hai, 6 tháng 4, 2009

The tallest man-made waterfall in the world

Jurong Falls (Singapore), measuring 30m or 100 feet, is the tallest man-made waterfall in the world. Water plunges over the top of a towering cliff at the rate of 8300 liters or 1800 gallons per minute. The water is recirculated through a meandering stream, that cascades down over succesessive levers through the Waterfall Aviary, creating an ideal environment for water birds, fishes, plants and other lifeforms to live in.

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