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National Geographic’s Glenn Hodges explains the Channeled Scablands of Washington State, with some quite awesome photos by Michael Melford.

In the middle of eastern Washington, in a desert that gets less than eight inches of rain a year, stands what was once the largest waterfall in the world. It is three miles wide and 400 feet high—ten times the size of Niagara Falls—with plunge pools at its base suggesting the erosive power of an immense flow of water.


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