Niagara falls

By trinity loveless

Niagara Falls features

Niagara Falls is the second largest waterfall on earth. Victoria falls taking the first place and Niagara takes the second at 176 feet in height/elevation. Niagara Falls State Park stretches over 400 acres, with almost 140 acres under water. About 3,160 tons of water flows over Niagara falls every second. The volume of water is 150,000 gallons per second.
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Electricity from Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls makes electricity. The waterfall is capable of producing 4 million kilowatts. Canada and the United States would share the electricity. The article from History.com says, "Due to the pressure and force of the water, most have proven that it is the reason for the electricity."
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Sights that happened

Events would happen involving Niagara Falls. Some people would tightrope across the waterfall. Riding down the waterfall would be done by daredevils to either promote a cause, or for just other people's entertainment. According to the article, "interesting information.com", "Many of the people who had done this have died or got seriously injured doing these stunts. Those who survived are in the barrel museum at Niagara Falls National Park, their barrels are also able to be seen." The barrel riding were more frequent during the early to mid 1900s.