Waterfalls may form without help from nearby terrain, a study published in Nature suggests. Waterfalls such as these are difficult to find in nature, so researchers explored the concept by creating their own riverbed and watching small pebbles erode it to form waterfalls.
Waterfalls may not need help from terrain to form
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