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    • ɥso uɐɾ

      "Eternal flame" burning in a park in Chestnut Ridge, western New York state. It comes from a gas deposit and was possibly lit by American Indians hundreds or even thousands of years ago. Scientists are now studying it.

    • Roni Williams-Cox

      This small waterfall located in the Shale Creek Preserve along a section of the Chestnut Ridge Park, near Buffalo New York has a rather interesting phenomena associated with it. The aptly named “Eternal Flame Falls” sits on a pocket of natural methane gas, which seeps out through a fracture in the rocks behind the waterfall.

    • Sandra Trojak

      Natural Wonders of the US Eternal Flame Falls, New York

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