Question: What is unique about the planet’s largest waterfall?
It only flows part of the year
It reverses when the tide changes
It creates a rainbow-colored mist
Yes, waterfalls do exist under the ocean’s surface. The Denmark Strait separates Iceland from Greenland, and it’s where warm water from the Irminger Sea meets the glacial water from the Nordic Seas. As a result, the warm water rises, while the denser cold water sinks, creating a powerful downward flow of 123 million cubic feet per second over an 11,500-foot drop.
The Answer: The correct answer is It’s underwater.