Down the Falls. From the Niagara River, the water passes over the falls, before flowing around 23km (14 miles) north into the final of the Great Lakes; Lake Ontario. From here there is yet another river, the St. Lawrence, and then it’s final resting place in the form of the Atlantic Ocea.
As they erode, the falls are moving upstream, so they will one day disappear into Lake Erie. Like all waterfalls, Niagara erodes because water wears away the softer rock at the base of the cliff, where a turbulent pool forms below the waterfall
Snow forms when tiny ice crystals in clouds stick together to become snowflakes. If enough crystals stick together, they’ll become heavy enough to fall to the ground. … Snow is formed when temperatures are low and there is moisture in the atmosphere in the form of tiny ice crystals.
Nearly every location in the United States has seen snowfall. Even portions of Florida have received a few snow flurries. Snow also falls in the Southern Hemisphere during the austral winter, primarily in Antarctica and in the high mountains of New Zealand and South America
A jungle is land covered with dense vegetation dominated by trees.The word jungle originates from the Sanskrit word Jangla (Sanskrit: जङ्गल), meaning uncultivated land. … Before the 1970s, tropical rainforests were generally referred to as jungles but this terminology has fallen out of usage.
While the Sahara Desert covers approximately one third of th e continent, it is not the largest vegetation zone. Others believe that the African continent is a huge steaming jungle or rainforest. In fact only a small percentage of Africa, along the Guinea Coast and in the Zaire River Basin, are rainforests
Earth are covered in sand. Areas covered in ice or snow can sometimes be called ‘cold deserts’, compared to ‘hot deserts’ in warmer areas. The largest cold desert on Earth is Antarctica. The largest hot desert on Earth is the Sahara.
The desert biome is an ecosystem that forms due to the low level of rainfall it receives each year. Deserts cover about 20% of the Earth. There are four major types of desert in this biome – hot and dry, semiarid, coastal, and cold. They are all able to inhabit plant and animal life that are able to survive there
A beach is a landform alongside a body of water which consists of loose particles. The particles … The former are described in detail below; the larger geological units are discussed elsewhere under bars.
Beaches provide protection to residents living near the ocean by acting as a buffer against the high winds and waves of powerful storms, and help drive economic activity important to nearby communities. … In addition, overuse by visitors can damage sensitive habitats, such as beach dunes, and create marine debris
the temple is referred to as dvarakosthaka in these ancient texts notes Meister, the temple hall is described as sabha or ayagasabha, pillars were called kumbhaka, while vedika referred to the structures at the boundary of a temple.
The Main Purpose is Puja by Devotees: It becomes easy for a devotee to concentrate in worshiping God in a temple where hundreds of devotees come for the same purpose. … The main motive is to do worship and every other thing becomes unimportant.