A group of Chinese cavers made a truly surprising discovery by finding a giant sinkhole almost 200 meters deep at its bottom. A completely unusual forest with giant trees.
It is a karst sinkhole formed by natural processes in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, which is precisely known to be home to important karst formations, from caves to rock pillars and natural bridges, and is therefore a World Heritage Site. UNESCO.
The sinkhole has now been discovered It is home to ancient trees 192 meters deep and 40 meters high.Deprived of sunlight for most of the day, they are trying to reach clarity that allows them to live by growing larger than normal.
Plants growing on the ground are likewise extraordinarily large.l, reaching the height of a person according to the members of the expedition.
Also this forest may include plant and animal species still unknown to science. Scientists discovered three different entrances to this cliff after descending into this cliff and walking for several hours to reach the bottom of the pit.
The hole is 306 meters long and 150 meters wide, and its aerial view is impressive as it resembles a hole left in the mountains as a result of some kind of impact.
Giant sinkholes, also known as Tiankeng (“heavenly wells”) in Chinese, are giant sinkholes or sinkholes with special geological features formed by repeated landslides. They form on karst terrain, including caves like this one, which are regions of compact and soluble rocks of dissolving limestone origin that take distinctive shapes.
With this discovery, the number of sinkholes in this region of China rises to 30, although there are similar structures further north than other sources.
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