Augrabies Falls National Park. The Augrabies Falls is on the Orange river, South Africa. The falls are around 60 metres (200 ft) in height. Khoikhoi named it "Ankoerebis – place of big noises" Trek Boers derived at, "Augrabies".The falls recorded 7,800 cubic metres (280,000 cu ft) of water p/sec in floods in 1988. This is three times the average season flow rate of Niagara Falls. The gorge at the Augrabies Falls is 240 metres (800 ft) deep and 18 kilometres (10 mi) long, and is impressive example of granite erosion.
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