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    Devil’s Pool is the coolest (and scariest) infinity pool in the world. Perched on the edge of Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls, only a slippery, submerged lip of rock stands between bathers and a 100m drop over the largest waterfall in the world. During the wet season, anyone foolish enough to enter the water would be instantly swept away. But when water levels drop in autumn, the pool becomes so safe that even children have been seen frolicking in it. Locals estimate one death happens every year.

    Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

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