The world’s largest waterfall, Victoria Falls, is located on the borders of Zimbabwe and Zambia in Africa. It is 5,600 feet wide and 360 feet high. Victoria Falls was named by a Scottish missionary and explorer, Dr David Livingstone for Queen Victoria, the Queen of England. The falls are also called Mosi-oa-Tunya, which means ‘smoke that thunders’. Victoria Falls is protected by two national forests. A lot of wildlife lives near the falls, including elephants and hippos.