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Angel Falls

waterfall

5°57N 62°33W. Waterfall in SE Venezuela, on a tributary of the R Caroní; highest waterfall in the world, with a total drop of 980 m/3215 ft; named after the US aviator, Jimmy Angel, who crashed nearby in 1937.

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