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A waterfall can power an electric generating plant with the energy of the falling water. Waterfalls are also very scenic and can attract tourists. Niagara Falls is used for both of these purposes.
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What US National Park has the most waterfalls?

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How waterfalls can be used by humans?

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What is a waterfall?

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Why do you have waterfalls?

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