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Niagara Falls Becomes Frozen During Winter, and It Looks Like Narnia

Here is your modern fantasy land, folks!


The Niagara Falls is one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and it is a crime not to pay it a visit it. Apparently, during winter, this beaut becomes a truly breathtaking site. And it actually looks like something from the fantasy movie called The Chronicles of Narnia.

There is also a cool thing about this phenomenon. First and foremost, the falls do not really freeze completely. And although ice jams may or may not temporarily still the waters, ice only forms at the very base of the falls. Subsequently, this forms what is now called “ice bridge.” The water, in particular, keeps flowing underneath the two main cataracts, namely the smaller American Falls and the bigger Horseshoe Falls. Both simply make up the frozen facade.

Still, if you are a travel enthusiast and want to experience something majestic, the frozen Niagara Falls is your best bet. Many of its areas have been turned into ice, all of which are dangling precariously on the rocks. It is really like a Narnia-ish land, one that you can only imagine from reading books or watching movies.

Check out the photos below and get ready to be amazed! You are definitely going to love them – all of them.



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Whether or not you have watched the Chronicles of Narnia, you cannot deny the fact that this frozen Niagara Falls seems like a fantasy land. Well, why not let us know what you think about this amazing place? We would love to hear from you!


Belize Suspends Oil Activity In Its Ocean Waters In An Effort To Preserve Marine Life

The reef will now be safe, thanks to the support from thousands of people.

The Belize Barrier Reef is home to more than 1,400 species of marine life and serves as the country's main tourist attraction. In an effort to preserve the reef, Belize has just taken a big step to protect the ocean waters from the effects of oil extraction and exploration by banning oil activities.

The reef was under threat from oil operations just last year but the government has heard the calls and protests of people who are concerned about the environment. Over 450,000 people joined together to put an end to oil operations and other harmful activities in the Barrier Reef.

The Belize Barrier Reef is one of the planet's most diverse ecosystems.

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Villagers Save Pregnant Cow From A Hungry Giant Anaconda

These humans just showed this giant anaconda that it shouldn’t mess with their pregnant livestock.

Infuriated humans unleashed revenge on a giant anaconda that was trying to feed on a pregnant cow at a muddy swamp. While the predator was trying to squeeze the life out of its prey, these humans tried to play superheroes to scare the anaconda away.

A hungry 13-foot anaconda found a perfect prey on a pregnant cow having its good day time bath at a swamp in Venezuela. Having gotten the chance, the giant snake quickly wrapped its body onto the cow and started squeezing it to death.

This giant anaconda probably thought it found its best meal for the day.

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Green Potatoes Are Poisonous According To A Research

How poisonous are green potatoes?

Potatoes are healthy, nutritious crops that are a favorite ingredient for many different recipes. But once they turn green, they are said to be poisonous. Is this claim a fact or just another food myth?

The truth is that potatoes that have turned green contain high levels of solanine, a toxin known to cause headaches, nausea, and neurological issues. Food science experts also say that green potatoes being poisonous is not a myth.

Potatoes naturally produce solanine as a defense mechanism against pests.

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