No one will stay indifferent seeing what Chinese scientists have discovered inside of 630-feet sinkhole

 No one will stay indifferent seeing what Chinese scientists have discovered inside of 630-feet sinkhole

«Yes, it is on our planet!»😍😱Scientists have discovered a massive ancient sinkhole 630-feet-deep sinkhole🤯Before you see what’s inside of the hole in the article, you better hold on tight!⬇️⬇️⬇️

A team of Chinese scientists has discovered a new giant sinkhole, 630 feet deep in China’s Leye-Fengshan Global Geopark, with a forest growing at the bottom.
This region is home to the world’s longest natural bridge and caves. Having descended to the bottom of the hole, scientists found ancient 40-meter trees there.

The picturesque karst terrain with huge sinkholes and mysterious caves has already become the hallmark of Southern China. The rich variety of karst formations-from sinkholes to stone pillars and bridges-has earned the region a UNESCO World Heritage Site designation.
Karsts are formed as a result of leaching of rocks under the influence of rainwater. Thus, voids and karst caves gradually form in the rocks, and then huge failures. There are also folds, giant panda fossils, and a Neogene stratigraphic section.

This sinkhole was discovered in May 2022 and is approximately 630 feet deep, 490 feet wide and over 1,000 feet long. Trees and plants grow here, some of which are new species. The enormous space contains three cave openings.
The leader of the expedition stated in surprise that perhaps science had not yet documented these species. There were trees more than 130 feet tall in the bushes, he said. He says karst landscapes can vary greatly depending on location, temperature and other elements.


The cave entrances can be very small, so you will have to squeeze through them. But the most interesting thing is that the expert was not too surprised by this discovery. According to him, acidic rainwater can destroy rock. Rainwater increases the acidity of the soil and begins to seep and flow through cracks in the rock and create holes and tunnels.
This is the 31st known discovery in the region.
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