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Palouse Falls, with a height of 198 feet, was formed when glacial floods produced a series of waterfalls along the Palouse River before it entered the Snake River. At the heart of a rock-rimmed amphitheater, the Palouse River takes a plunge into a deep green pool, creating a spectacular natural sight.

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Document Title: Palouse Falls
Category: Wildlife and Environmental Studies
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: Spring 2005
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