Half of Niagara Falls Frozen
Niagara Falls, located between the US and Canada border, has partially frozen due to the common cold that occurs in the US every generation.
Severe cold and snowstorms, which cause disruptions in land and air transportation in the northern states of the USA, are also effective in the cities of Niagara Falls, which host Niagara Falls.
IT WAS COMPLETELY FROZEN IN 1932
The fact that the entire park, including the waterfall, is covered with snow and ice, could not prevent the visit of a few tourists who wanted to see the magical state of Niagara.
Nature enthusiasts, who were watching the surroundings with their mobile phones in case Niagara, which is known to have completely frozen due to the severe arctic cold in 1932, took a souvenir photo in front of the waterfall, left the icy park with cautious steps.
WILDLIFE IS IN DANGER
The black squirrel, one of the smallest members of Niagara Park, which represents the wildlife, tried to quench its hunger and thirst by gnawing on a piece of snow that it grabbed because everything around was covered with ice.