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'Eternal fire' mystery has not been deciphered

The fire is hidden behind the Eternal Flame waterfall in Chestnut Ridge Park, New York, which has burned hundreds and even thousands of years. Regardless of the winter or summer, the 9m waterfall flows year-round or ice, the fire has yet to turn off.

The fire is hidden behind the Eternal Flame waterfall in Chestnut Ridge Park, New York, which has burned hundreds and even thousands of years. Regardless of the winter or summer, the 9m waterfall flows year-round or ice, the fire has yet to turn off.

This strange and mysterious natural phenomenon has led scientists to study for years but still cannot decipher.



The eternal fire burns forever in the waterfall in America.

There are thousands of eternal flames in the world but most of them exist because of natural gas in the ground. Most famous are the flames at the "hell hole" in the Karakum desert, Tukmenia has been burning for 40 years due to the natural gas field in the ground.

The eternal fire burns forever in the waterfall in America.

There are thousands of eternal flames in the world but most of them exist because of natural gas in the ground. Most famous are the flames at the "hell hole" in the Karakum desert, Tukmenia has been burning for 40 years due to the natural gas field in the ground.

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