That’s the question people who live or visit Niagara Falls might be asking 10,000 years from now. You see geologist tell us at the falls is gradually eroding its way back up the Niagara River 36 centimetres every year. When the falls reaches the southern tip of Navy Island scientists believe at this point the falls will disintegrate into either rapids or a terraced cataract because of the layer of soft shale that lays beneath the river at this point.

So, it’s a good thing we’re here today to see the falls!

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