Photo: still from the video the Wind was blowing at a speed of 70 km/h.
In Australia found a “upside-down” waterfalls. In this unusual phenomenon to blame the weather and very strong wind.
In the Australian city Bundeena near the Tasman sea in New South Wales two waterfalls began to flow in the opposite direction – from the bottom up. Scientists explained that this rare natural phenomenon, writes Daily Mail.
“Blame” in this weather. The fact that Utes was struck by a strong wind with a speed of 70 kilometers per hour.
The flow of air from the Tasman sea dispersed so that the waterfalls could not resist the pressure and the water started to move in the opposite direction.
As previously reported, in Ukraine, said the construction of the largest wind farm in Europe.
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