PHOTOS Jingbo Lake waterfall returns after 28-year absence

PHOTOS

Jingbo Lake waterfall returns after 28-year absence

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06:55, November 16, 2018

Heavy snowfall in Mudanjiang helped resurrect a waterfall at Jingbo Lake last seen in 1990. According to the management official who oversees the scenic location, the three-sided view of the waterfall is uncommon during the summer season, which lasts four years on average. (Photo: IC)

Heavy snowfall in Mudanjiang helped resurrect a waterfall at Jingbo Lake last seen in 1990. According to the management official who oversees the scenic location, the three-sided view of the waterfall is uncommon during the summer season, which lasts four years on average. (Photo: IC)

Heavy snowfall in Mudanjiang helped resurrect a waterfall at Jingbo Lake last seen in 1990. According to the management official who oversees the scenic location, the three-sided view of the waterfall is uncommon during the summer season, which lasts four years on average. (Photo: IC)

Heavy snowfall in Mudanjiang helped resurrect a waterfall at Jingbo Lake last seen in 1990. According to the management official who oversees the scenic location, the three-sided view of the waterfall is uncommon during the summer season, which lasts four years on average. (Photo: IC)

Heavy snowfall in Mudanjiang helped resurrect a waterfall at Jingbo Lake last seen in 1990. According to the management official who oversees the scenic location, the three-sided view of the waterfall is uncommon during the summer season, which lasts four years on average. (Photo: IC)

Heavy snowfall in Mudanjiang helped resurrect a waterfall at Jingbo Lake last seen in 1990. According to the management official who oversees the scenic location, the three-sided view of the waterfall is uncommon during the summer season, which lasts four years on average. (Photo: IC)

Heavy snowfall in Mudanjiang helped resurrect a waterfall at Jingbo Lake last seen in 1990. According to the management official who oversees the scenic location, the three-sided view of the waterfall is uncommon during the summer season, which lasts four years on average. (Photo: IC)

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