This is how you "hide" something twice the size of Niagara Falls.
Why It's Interesting
During the last glacial period, about 15,000 years ago, there was a waterfall twice the height and twice the width of Niagara Falls! Dry Falls, as they are called today, must have been a sight to see. The total height from the brink of the falls was about 300 feet. Part of the Shonkin Sag (Geologists Rejoice!), it is now a fossil lake - we can see the dry waterfall and only imagine its earlier grandeur. The Shonkin Sag is a now-dry valley carved by river flow and glacial melt water.
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