In height and volume, the underground Denmark Strait cataract is the largest cataract waterfall in the world. Above-ground Victoria Falls is considered the largest waterfall in the world, and Angel Falls is considered the highest.Continue Reading
Mother Nature Network states that the underground Denmark Strait cataract completely outclasses its above-ground counterparts, with a total height of 11,500 feet and a flow volume thought to exceed 175 million cubic feet.
The Victoria Falls Guide website points out that Victoria Falls is only 360 feet tall, but also states that it has a 5,603-foot width that results in an average flow rate of 38,422 cubic feet. This gives Victoria Falls a solid claim on the title of world's largest waterfall.
Angel Falls is the tallest above-ground cataract waterfall, considerably taller than Victoria Falls, but still well short of Denmark Strait, at only 3,212 feet, according to Wikipedia.Learn more about Bodies of Water