What is the highest waterfall?

Tatyana Zelenik
Tatyana Zelenik
July 16, 2012
What is the highest waterfall?

It is always interesting to know that on earth the most-thing. For example, what is the highest waterfall? Scale is better understood by comparison. If water falls from a height of more than a meter, then this is already a waterfall. Now imagine the Churun ​​River in South America, winding along the Guiana Highlands in Venezuela, which falls from a height of 979 meters. The water flow, having flown about 700 meters, disappears, scattering into dust, settling on the stones with raindrops. The Angel Falls was officially discovered during the diamond rush in the 1930s by Juan Angel.