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Description Cats and dogs love fresh oxygen-rich water. With the Cat Mate Pet Waterfall this is no longer a problem. The Pet Waterfall provides fresh flowing water. A pump and an active charcoal filter are includ... more

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Description Thanks to its unique design the Exo Terra Waterfall can be installed anywhere. The Exo Terra Mini-Terrarium Repti Flo 200 pump keeps water continuously circulating. To faciliate cleaning and maintenan... more

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“The Ben Glas Waterfall”

published 01/09/2010

Fantastic views, free to visit

A steep walk to reach them

...I recently visited the Ben Glas Falls (also spelt Beinglass Falls), whilst staying at the Beinglass Campsite, which is located close by. They are located on the slopes of Ben Glas, which is one of the highest mountains in the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. The waterfalls are visible from the A82, which is the main road that runs along Loch Lomond from Glasgow to Fort William but to get...

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Super

Makes for a nice day out, and the waterfall is a lovely sight.

None for me.

...High Force is a waterfall which is on the River Tees, and is located at Forest-in-Teesdale. The river plunges down about 21 metres over a cliff edge, a ?precipice? if you wish to be technical, making a rather impressive waterfall! I have visited High Force in the past, but not for quite some years now. Last weekend it was bright and sunny, and feeling happy that spring is round the corner as...

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A rare chance for peace and quiet and good exercise

Not a particularly spectacular waterfall.

...disoriented and not too sure where we were going or even how far we went. Dharamsala has a lot of one way streets and the route between two points is rarely a straight line. After about 10 minutes in the car he dropped us at a small car park. We climbed out of the car, he wobbled his head and pointed. ?Temple. You go. Looking. Waterfall, one hour walking. You go.? Then he touched his palm to his chest...

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