At one point, the river is divided into two different waterfalls: the first feed Lake Superior and the destination of the two is a bit more mysterious.
It is a mystery both for scientists and for nature enthusiasts. Nobody can explain where this river flow ends. The second cascade disappears immediately after entering a hole in the ground.
|The Devil's Kettle photo: wikipedia.org|
If we exclude the mysterious landmarks, it is very curious to find out what kind of undiscovered geological phenomena may be responsible for this bizarre.
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