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Dancing in the waters of Iguazu Falls

Dancing in the waters of Iguazu Falls

IGUAZU FALLS, Brazil (AP) — From above, the Iguazu Falls resemble a massive hole punched in a river and surrounded by jungle. Spray from the falls douses the nearby viewing areas where some tourists don rain ponchos while others take off their shirts and dance and hug in the drenching mist. Japanese tourist Hiromi Kanetake summed up the feeling: "I'm so excited that my tears are mixing with the river water that floats in the air. I'm very happy that I came from so far away with my son Takayuki to see this." From walkways and bridges, viewers can count about 270 water falls almost 100 meters (330 feet) high. Spaniards came across the Iguazu Falls in 1541. In...