An American Indian reservation deep in the Grand Canyon has long been known for its towering blue-green waterfalls, but returning tourists will be greeted by an altered landscape. One waterfall is lost, another has taken a different course and new ones have formed after summer flood waters swept through the area and forced the Havasupai Tribe to close the popular tourist destination to outsiders.
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