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China's tallest waterfall was found to spring from… a hidden pipe

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<p class=The scam was discovered by a pedestrian and went viral on Chinese social media.< /p>

Millions of tourists flock to the Yudai Mountain Geopark every year to admire the 314-meter-high “China's tallest waterfall.”

What they don't know is that the waterfall comes from a pipe hidden on top of it, as a hiker was surprised to discover,

The video he posted on Monday on social media service Douyin has garnered millions of views and a waterfall of comments of outrage at the scam.

Park officials were forced to respond with a statement admitting that the waterfall operates with a “little boost” during the dry season.


“As a seasonal spectacle I cannot guarantee that it will be at its best every time you visit,” the waterfall wrote in the first person in a park announcement. dry season to look my best when I meet our friends”.

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<p>The pipe in the video posted by the tourist who discovered it (Douyin)</p>
<p>Park officials told CCTÓ that the water in the pipe comes from a spring and is channeled in such a way that not to erode the towering cliff.</p>
<p>Besides its waterfall, Yudai Mountain Geopark, which is located in Hainan Province and is one of the UNESCO World Geoparks, is also famous for its geological formations , over a billion years old.</p>
<p>According to the BBC, this is not the first time that technical measures have been implemented in China to power famous waterfalls.</p>
<p>Since 2006, the popular Huanguosu waterfall in Guizhou province has been enhanced by a water diversion project from a neighboring dam.</p>
<p> Source: In.gr<br />
<div class=Source: 24h.com.cy

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