Hukou Waterfalls (Kettle Spout Falls) - Stock image

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The Hukou Waterfall, the largest waterfall on the Yellow River, China, the second largest waterfall in China, is located at the intersection of Shanxi Province and Shaanxi Provinc. The Hukou Waterfall exists where water in the middle reaches of the Yellow River flows through Jinxia Grand Canyon. The width of the waterfall changes with the season, usually 30 metres wide but increasing to 50 m during flood season. It has a height of over 20 m. The water's velocity increases, and then plunges over a narrow opening on a cliff, forming a waterfall 15 m high and 20 m wide, as if water were pouring down from a huge teapot. Hence it gets the name Hukou Waterfall.
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