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A Roar in China

By Linda Tancs

There’s a roar in China about four hours northeast of Xi’an that can be heard for miles.  That’s where you’ll find Hukou Falls , the second largest waterfall in China.  The Yellow River roars at a junction where it meets the Hukou Mountain and the range on both sides chokes the river’s width, creating a surge as it plunges over a cliff.

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