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Kaieteur falls is the highest uninterupted waterfall in the world.  After a sheer drop of 741 feet over the edge of a sandstone plateau, the falls have eroded a gorge, 5 miles long that descends another 81 feet.
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Kaieteur falls is the highest uninterupted waterfall in the world. After a sheer drop of 741 feet over the edge of a sandstone plateau, the falls have eroded a gorge, 5 miles long that descends another 81 feet.
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