the water Level in the Iguazu falls began to recover after the strongest for last years drought. This was told by the Park Manager in Argentina, Sergio Acosta.
“the recent rains increased flows. In early June, weather forecasters promise a new batch precipitation”, – with reference to the Park Manager writes RIA Novosti.
the Disappearance of water in the waterfalls specialists recorded with an interval of 10 to 15 years. The previous record was set in 2006, in 1989 and 1978. At the same time happen and floods about every 10 to 12 years.
Waterfalls located on the border of Argentina and Brazil, in early April, nearly left without water. The lack of rainfall and the closure of the sluices of the dams on the iguaçu river, located on the Brazilian side, led to the drying up of the famous waterfalls.