Did You Know You Can Switch Off Niagara Falls? When You Do, The Results Are Shocking

We know Niagara Falls as the towering wonder that fully displays nature’s power.

As far as waterfalls go, these are the biggest and best-known in North America. People flock to the falls each year to witness their majesty, commemorating the occasion with engagements and photos. What most people probably don’t know, however, is that Niagara Falls can be effectively switched off. Not only that, but it’s already happened and the images are so fascinating.

This is probably what you’re used to seeing of Niagara. Water flows freely, creating mist and rainbows.

This is probably what you're used to seeing of Niagara. Water flows freely, creating mist and rainbows.Getty Images

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In 1969, in conjunction with Canadian authorities, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dumped 28,000 tons of rocks upstream of American Falls to create a temporary dam.

In 1969, in conjunction with Canadian authorities, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dumped 28,000 tons of rocks upstream of American Falls to create a temporary dam.Getty Images

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