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Published: Today 10.20
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A drainage hole 306 meters deep and 150 meters wide was found in China.
In the hole, the researchers found a forest, which may contain unknown species.
– This is great news, says George Veni, head of the National Cave Institute in the United States (NCKRI).
The giant hole was discovered in the Leye area of China, he reports Live science.
The fact that badlands are particularly discovered in southern China, the researchers say, is no coincidence because the country is home to several landscape formations that don’t appear to belong to this world.
– In China, you have these incredibly visible gorges and large cave openings that you don’t have in other parts of the world, says George Veni.
Explain that holes as large as this are a great source of life and that something new can be found in the hole.
fullscreenIn the gully, researchers found a forest that may contain unknown species. Photo: Song Wen / XINHUA
Many badlands in the province
– This is good news, I wouldn’t be surprised if they find something that science doesn’t know or hasn’t talked about before, he says.
Aside from the fact that there may be species unknown to science in the hole, they are also perfect capsules for preserving things.
– It’s the only type of water container that can be contaminated with waste without anything happening, says Veni.
This is the 30th sinkhole discovered in Leye Province in Guangxi Zhuang Province. The site is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as there are many rock formations and natural bridges and gorges in the area.
full screen The drain hole was discovered in Leye, China. Photo: ZUMA PRESS TT NEWS AGENCY
This is how a sinkhole is formed
Swallows are formed from acid-containing rainwater that collects carbon dioxide in the soil as it flows.
As more and more water flows through the earth, it eventually expands into tunnels and voids and becomes large enough to break down into what we call a drainage hole.