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Devil's pool safety at Victoria Falls
The Devil's pool is a natural pool on the edge of Victoria falls you can swim in during certain months (I saw people doing last September). Image is in public domain. Source: Wikipedia. Firstly, I ...
Oct 1 '12 at 10:35
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