Victoria Falls and the Tongan Terror

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The waterfalls of Mosi-oa-Tunya (named Victoria Falls in 1865 by Europeans) are the largest in the world, with over a mile-long sheet of water falling from the Zambezi river. This map from the late 19th century also shows the Tongan Terror, a river creature known for causing great distress to European colonizers. Despite the name, the Tonga people had a live-and-let-live relationship with the creature for many years, which they named “The Beast That Grabs.”




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