THE JETBOAT AND THE CROCODILE - 5th Grade

Hello Everyone!!!





 Now, it´s time to listen to the story
of this unit 6




This is an adventure story about four friends on a school trip to Victoria Falls in southern Africa.

I love adventure stories!

I hope you do, too!!!

😉🌝😁




Remember
to read aloud the story after listening to.

You are able to improve your reading skill.



















The Largest Waterfall in the World

The Victoria Falls have been billed as the Greatest Falling Curtain of Water on this Planet, making it one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.


The Victoria Falls is considered to be the largest waterfall in the world. 


They are not the widest waterfall or the highest waterfall but with all dimensions taken into account, including almost the largest flow rate, they are considered to be the biggest curtain of falling water in the world. Surpassing the magnificent Niagara Falls and Iguacu Falls


The Victoria Falls lower mean annual flow rate compared to these two giants is only because of the reduced flow it has during the long dry season of Southern Africa.


The Victoria Falls are 1700m wide and are made up of five different “falls”. Four of these are in Zimbabwe and one is in Zambia.


The Zambezi River's gentle meander through the African landscape is spectacularly interrupted as the river plummets over a knife edge cliff into a narrow chasm below. The height of this chasm varies from 70 m to 108m.













































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