Victoria Falls dries to a trickle after worst drought in a century

"For decades Victoria Falls, where southern Africa’s Zambezi river cascades down 100 metres into a gash in the earth, have drawn millions of holidaymakers to Zimbabwe and Zambia for their stunning views.


But the worst drought in a century has slowed the waterfalls to a trickle, fuelling fears that climate change could kill one of the region’s biggest tourist attractions.


While they typically slow down during the dry season, officials said this year had brought an unprecedented decline in water levels."


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