WATCH: Tidal Bore Travels Up to 25 Miles Per Hour on Qiantang River

Thousands of people gathered along the Qiantang River early on Sept. 8 to watch the annual tidal bore caused by the moon’s gravitational pull.

The “one-line tide” coincides with the Mid-Autumn Festival, and usually starts at the beginning of the eighth lunar month.


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