A Look At China's Giant Man-Made Waterfall (1)

A Look At China’s Giant Man-Made Waterfall

It is an scene of almost apocalyptic proportions.
Bystanders are dwarfed as they standing and watching a tremendous rush of water gushing through gaps in a dam in China, part of a carefully-choreographed operation to remove silt from the Yellow River in Luoyang, in the Henan province.
This annual operation sees by more than 30 million tonnes of silt sent downstream a year, with more than 390 million tonnes shifted this way over the last 13 years.
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